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James was rich and on the make, Lee proud, talented and ruined. THE KINDEST USE A KNIFE (2002)Don't get me wrong, I've always thought Marcus is talented. BETTER THAN THIS (2002)Hogarth, in an unusually loquacious mood, had explained to a disbelieving Posy that the Pinks were talented musicians. TICKLED PINK (2002)
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British English: talented /ˈtæləntɪd/ ADJECTIVE
Someone who is talented has a natural ability to do something well.
He is a talented pianist.
- American English: talented
- Arabic: مَوْهُوب
- Brazilian Portuguese: talentoso
- Chinese: 有才能的
- Croatian: talentiran
- Czech: talentovaný
- Danish: talentfuld
- Dutch: getalenteerd
- European Spanish: con talento
- Finnish: lahjakas
- French: talentueux
- German: begabt
- Greek: ταλαντούχος
- Italian: di talento
- Japanese: 才能のある
- Korean: 재능이 있는
- Norwegian: begavet
- Polish: utalentowany
- European Portuguese: talentoso
- Romanian: talentat
- Russian: талантливый
- Spanish: talentoso
- Swedish: talangfull
- Thai: ซึ่งมีความสามารถพิเศษ
- Turkish: yetenekli
- Ukrainian: талановитий
- Vietnamese: có khiếu
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