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- adj. endowed with one or more talents.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Furnished with talents; possessing skill or talent; mentally gifted.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Endowed with talents; having talents or talent; having or exhibiting special mental aptitudes or superior mental ability; gifted.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. endowed with talent or talents
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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.
On a similar note, since offensive style differs much from team to team, certain talented players just cannot fit well in certain schemes, which is something also unique to football, making it harder to judge talent.
We are also continuing to bring in talented leaders from companies with well-respected cultures of their own, including General Electric, IBM, Home Depot, Motorola, and Gap, among many others.
One year older, but no less talented is Brighton's John Hathaway, a welterweight with sights also set on victory at UFC 120.
The vocational education and training centre by IGNOU aims to train talented students for gainful employment in the district.
No matter how many Pulitzers and other prizes certain talented writers at the O win, the paper will never be what it could be until it gets to the bottom of this game.
Still, most of the everyday lineup is due to return next year, and Philadelphia has a strong 1-2 at the top of the rotation in talented youngsters Cole Hamels and Kyle Kendrick.
Teams invest so much in talented young pitchers that they tell their minor league staffs to be extremely careful.