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Definition of "talented" []

  • Innate ability, aptitude, or faculty, esp when unspecified; above average ability (noun)
  • A person or persons possessing such ability (noun)
  • Any of various ancient units of weight and money (noun)
  • Members of the opposite sex collectively, esp those living in a particular place (noun)
  • Endowed with one or more talents. (adjective)

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Use "talented" in a sentence
  • "Thanks so much, but as you know multi talented is code for hard worker."
  • "State, to which he called talented men from all parties and over which he presided, was the most important of the governmental bodies."
  • "It was-and I think that most people are naturally what we call talented, like when you take a bunch of little kids to the beach, they all make music, and they make rhythm, and they dance, and they use their imaginations, and they make drama, and they make sandcastles and architecture."