Definition of whizz-kid in English:

whizz-kid

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(also whiz-kid)

noun

informal
A young person who is outstandingly skilful or successful at something: a computer whizz-kid
More example sentences
  • Aspiring computer whizz-kids will get the chance to learn from the experts.
  • Here, a team of young computer science whizz-kids are putting the finishing touches to Alex.
  • Now they're musicians, computer whiz-kids and heads of corporations.

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