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geniusnoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˈdʒiː.ni.əs/ (plural geniuses)
C1 very ​great and ​rarenaturalability or ​skill, ​especially in a ​particulararea such as ​science or ​art, or a ​person who has this: (an) ​artistic/​creative/​musical genius Einstein was a (​mathematical) genius. From the ​age of three, she ​showedsigns of genius. It was such a ​brilliantidea - a ​real stroke of genius.evil genius literary a ​person who has a ​strongbadinfluence over other ​people: The ​film was about an ​evil genius who ​wanted to ​control the ​world.have a genius for sth to be ​especiallyskilled at a ​particularactivity: She has a genius for ​raisingmoney.

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Traducciones de “genius”
en coreano 천재…
en árabe عَبْقَري…
in Malaysian genius…
en francés génie…
en ruso гений, гениальность…
en chino (tradicionál) (尤指在某科學或藝術領域中的)天賦,天資, 天才,天才人物…
en italiano genio…
en turco deha, dâhi, üstün yetenek…
en polaco geniusz…
en español genio…
in Vietnamese thiên tài…
en portugués gênio…
in Thai อัจฉริยะ…
en alemán das Genie…
en catalán geni…
en japonés 天才…
en chino (simplificado) (尤指在某科学或艺术领域中的)天赋,天资, 天才,天才人物…
in Indonesian pintar sekali, jenius…
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