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cultured

adjective     /ˈkʌltʃəd/
A cultured person knows a lot about music, art, theatre, etc.: She described him as a well-educated, cultured, young man.Knowing and learning
Translations of “cultured”
in Korean 세련된…
in Arabic مُثقّف…
in Portuguese culto…
in Catalan culte…
in Japanese 教養のある…
in Italian colto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有文化修養的…
in Russian культурный…
in Turkish münevver, kültürlü, iyi eğitimli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有文化修养的…
in Polish kulturalny…
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