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intellectual

adjective uk   /ˌɪn.təlˈek.tju.əl/ us    /-t̬əlˈek.tʃu-/
B2 relating to your ability to think and understand things, especially complicated ideas: Looking after a baby at home all day is nice but it doesn't provide much intellectual stimulation. I like detective stories and romances - nothing too intellectual.
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intellectually
adverb uk   /-ə.li/ us  
C2 She's hoping to find a job which is more demanding intellectually.

intellectual

noun [C] uk   /ˌɪn.təlˈek.tju.əl/ us    /-t̬əlˈek.tʃu-/
C2 a very educated person whose interests are studying and other activities that involve careful thinking and mental effort: She was too much of an intellectual to find popular movies interesting.
Traducciones de “intellectual”
en coreano 지적인…
en árabe مُثقّف, ذَكي…
en portugués intelectual…
en catalán intel·lectual…
en japonés 知的な, 知識人…
en italiano intellettuale…
en chino (tradicionál) 智力的,腦力的…
en ruso умственный, интеллектуальный…
en turco zihinsel, akla dayanan, entelektüel…
en chino (simplificado) 智力的,脑力的…
en polaco intelektualny, inteligentny…
(Definition of intellectual from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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