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Meaning of “intellect” - Learner’s Dictionary

intellect

noun [C, U]     /ˈɪntəlekt/
the ability to learn and understand something, and to form ideas, judgments, and opinions about what you have learned: His energy and intellect are respected by many people.Mind and personalityScience of psychology and psychoanalysis
Translations of “intellect”
in Arabic ذَكاء, فِطنة…
in Korean 지적 능력…
in Malaysian intelek…
in French intelligence…
in Turkish akıl, idrak, anlayış…
in Italian intelletto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 智力, 理解力, 才智…
in Russian ум…
in Polish intelekt…
in Vietnamese trí tuệ…
in Spanish intelecto…
in Portuguese intelecto…
in Thai ปัญญา…
in German der Verstand…
in Catalan intel·lecte…
in Japanese 知性…
in Indonesian kecerdasan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 智力, 理解力, 才智…
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