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prodigynoun [C]

 us   /ˈprɑd·ɪ·dʒi/
a ​child who ​shows a ​greatability at a ​youngage: a ​child prodigy on the ​piano
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prodigynoun [C]

uk   /ˈprɒd.ɪ.dʒi/  us   /ˈprɑː.də-/
someone with a very ​greatability that usually ​shows itself when that ​person is a ​youngchild: The 16-year-old ​tennis prodigy is the ​youngestplayerever to ​reach the ​Olympicfinals. He ​read in the ​paper about a ​mathematical prodigy who was ​attendinguniversity at the ​age of twelve.
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Translations of “prodigy”
in Spanish prodigio…
in Vietnamese người/ vật phi thường…
in Malaysian berbakat luar biasa…
in Thai สิ่งมหัศจรรย์…
in French prodige…
in German das Wunder…
in Chinese (Simplified) 奇才,天才…
in Turkish dâhi, harika çocuk…
in Russian вундеркинд…
in Indonesian keanehan, keajaiban…
in Chinese (Traditional) 奇才,天才…
in Polish geniusz…
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