Definition of schooled in English:

schooled

Line breaks: schooled
Pronunciation: /skuːld
 
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adjective

[often in combination]
Educated or trained in a specified activity or in a particular way: a man well schooled in making money
More example sentences
  • In cross-cultural researches on cognitive performance, it has been found that the IQ difference between the schooled and non-schooled individuals is very obvious.
  • Those guys were all schooled jazz musicians; we all spoke the same language.
  • These examples are extremely pertinent as they act as a metaphor for the precarious nature of schoolchildren's ambitions and the ambiguous status achieved by the schooled person in Madagascar.

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