English translation of 'érudit'
Example Sentences Including 'érudit'
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C'est l'oeuvre d'un " vagabond érudit ", comme il se nommait lui-même, décidé à vivre et à penser sans contrainte.Le Monde (1997)
Curieux livre, impressionnant, déstabilisateur, érudit, curieux homme aussi.Le Monde (2002)
Une physionomie d'érudit est mieux appropriée à l'Elysée.Le Nouvel Observateur (2002)
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'érudit' in Other Languages
British English: learned ADJECTIVE
A learned person has gained a lot of knowledge by studying.
He is a scholar, a genuinely learned man.
British English: scholar NOUN
A scholar is a person who studies an academic subject and knows a lot about it.
The library attracts thousands of scholars and researchers.
British English: scholarly ADJECTIVE
A scholarly person spends a lot of time studying and knows a lot about academic subjects.
He was an intellectual, scholarly man.
Translation of érudit from the Collins French to English Dictionary
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