Definición de talent en inglés:

talent

Saltos de línea: tal¦ent
Pronunciación: /ˈtalənt
 
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sustantivo

  • 2A former weight and unit of currency, used especially by the ancient Romans and Greeks: a mighty steed bought from a Thessalian merchant for thirteen talents
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • So set my ransom as you wish, tribune -- calculated in talents not sesterces.
    • Each amount mentioned is a combination of an amount in gold - a fraction of a gram in each case — and an amount in talents.

Derivativos

talentless

adjetivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Now imagine that years later this master craftsman finds a talentless amateur has stolen his name, and is putting it on his own slapdash works to increase their values.
  • What entertaining mincemeat you would make of our vacuous celebrity culture, which lauds talentless nonentities on the basis of youth, looks, greed or the unslakeable thirst for publicity!
  • Let's talk, instead, about the reasons why we find many talentless performances by our favorite musicians compelling: the delivery.

Origen

Old English talente, talentan (as a unit of weight), from Latin talenta, plural of talentum 'weight, sum of money', from Greek talanton. sense 1 is a figurative use with biblical allusion to the parable of the talents (Matt. 25:14–30).

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