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sophisticated

adjective   /səˈfɪs.tɪ.keɪ.tɪd/
I having a good understanding of the way people behave and/or a good knowledge of culture and fashion sofisticado She was slim, svelte, and sophisticated. I don’t think I have any books that would suit your sophisticated tastes. He was older than me and from London and I thought him very sophisticated.11321566
A intelligent or made in a complicated way and therefore able to do complicated tasks sutil, complejo I think a more sophisticated approach is needed to solve this problem. These are among the most sophisticated weapons in the world.1789
(Definition of sophisticated from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

sophisticated

adjective /səˈfistikeitid/
(opposite unsophisticated)
(of a person) having a great deal of experience and worldly wisdom, knowledge of how to dress elegantly etc sofisticado a sophisticated young man She has become very sophisticated since she went to live in London.
suitable for, or typical of, sophisticated people sutil, sofisticado, complejo The joke was too sophisticated for the child to understand sophisticated clothes/hairstyles.
(of machines, processes etc) highly-developed, elaborate and produced with a high degree of skill and knowledge sofisticado sophisticated photographic techniques.
sophistication noun
sofisticación Flying by private jet is the height of sophistication.
(Definition of sophisticated from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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