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Meaning of “intelligent” - Learner’s Dictionary

intelligent

adjective     /ɪnˈtelɪdʒənt/
B1 able to learn and understand things easily: a highly intelligent young woman an intelligent remarkIntelligencePerceptive
intelligently adverb
Translations of “intelligent”
in Arabic ذَكي…
in Korean 지적인…
in Malaysian cerdas, bijak…
in French intelligent…
in Turkish zeki, akıllı, çabuk ve kolay kavrayabilen…
in Italian intelligente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有才智的, 聰穎的,理解力強的…
in Russian умный…
in Polish inteligentny…
in Vietnamese sáng dạ, thông minh…
in Spanish inteligente…
in Portuguese inteligente…
in Thai ซึ่งมีไหวพริบ, ฉลาด…
in German intelligent…
in Catalan intel·ligent…
in Japanese 聡明な…
in Indonesian cerdas…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有才智的, 聪颖的,理解力强的…
(Definition of intelligent from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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