Definición de intellectual en inglés:

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intellectual

Pronunciación: /ˌɪntəˈlɛktʃʊəl/

adjetivo

1Relating to the intellect: children need intellectual stimulation
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This global health focus offered academics intellectual stimulation and prestige.
  • Children affected with cerebral palsy generally have basic intellectual ability.
  • We have got to probe her intellectual ability to deal with these issues.
Sinónimos
mental, cerebral, cognitive;
rational, psychological, abstract, conceptual, theoretical, analytical, logical;
academic
rare mindly, phrenic, ratiocinative
1.1Appealing to or requiring use of the intellect: the film wasn’t very intellectual, but it caught the mood of the times
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Finally, a fabulous essay that requires more intellectual energy to understand than I have today.
  • All of those things require a degree of intellectual effort.
  • This requires hard work, intellectual effort, and the maturity to live with differing points of view.
1.2Possessing a highly developed intellect: you are an intellectual girl, like your mother
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • If Turkey really wants to be European, an intellectual elite that can make itself heard will have to develop.
Sinónimos
intelligent, clever, academic, well educated, well read, widely read, erudite, cerebral, learned, knowledgeable, literary, bookish, donnish, highbrow, scholarly, studious, cultured, cultivated, civilized, enlightened, sophisticated
informal brainy, genius
archaic lettered, clerkly

sustantivo

A person possessing a highly developed intellect: a prominent political thinker and intellectual
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Yet there is an important distinction between government by the intelligent and by intellectuals.
  • Are intellectuals and scholars always expected to find faults of their own people?
  • This offered a platform for a large number of intellectuals and thinkers urging enlightened progress.
Sinónimos
intelligent person, learned person, highbrow, academic, bookworm, bookish person, man of letters, woman of letters, bluestocking, thinker, brain, scholar, sage;
genius, Einstein, polymath, expert, prodigy, gifted child;
mastermind;
Hindu  pandit
informal egghead, brains, bright spark, whizz, wizard, walking encyclopedia
British informal brainbox, clever clogs, boffin
North American informal brainiac, rocket scientist, maven, Brahmin, pointy-head
archaic bookman

Derivados

intellectuality

Pronunciación: /ˌɪntəlɛktʃʊˈalɪti/
sustantivo
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • The pair of them make a delightfully balanced couple, his gentle intellectuality counterpoised by her firm practicality.
  • It's about time they added some intellectuality to this show.
  • He is the man proud of the intellectuality of the woman he is with.

Origen

Late Middle English: from Latin intellectualis, from intellectus 'understanding', from intellegere 'understand' (see intelligent).

Palabras que riman con intellectual

aspectual, effectual
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