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Translation of "intellectual" - English-Turkish dictionary

intellectual

adjective     /ˌɪntəlˈektjuəl/
THINKING
B2 using or relating to your ability to think and understand things zihinsel, akla dayanan intellectual work intellectual and physical developmentLogic and reasonKnowing and learning
INTERESTED IN IDEAS
interested in learning and in thinking about complicated ideas zihinsel, entelektüel She's very intellectual.Knowing and learning
intellectually adverb
bilgi ile bağlantılı
Translations of “intellectual”
in Korean 지적인…
in Arabic مُثقّف, ذَكي…
in Portuguese intelectual…
in Catalan intel·lectual…
in Japanese 知的な, 知識人…
in Italian intellettuale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 智力的,腦力的…
in Russian умственный, интеллектуальный…
in Chinese (Simplified) 智力的,脑力的…
in Polish intelektualny, inteligentny…
(Definition of intellectual adjective from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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