talented

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الإنجليزية - التركية
{s} yetenekli

Tom yetenekli bir aktör. - Tom is a talented actor.

Tom tanıdığım en yetenekli insanlardan biridir. - Tom is one of the most talented people I know.

{s} kabiliyetli

O çok kabiliyetli ve yetenekliydi. - He was very gifted and talented.

O, kabiliyetli bir yazar. - He's a talented writer.

{s} hünerli
{s} marifetli
talent
{i} kabiliyet

O, kabiliyetli bir yazar. - He's a talented writer.

O çok kabiliyetli ve yetenekliydi. - He was very gifted and talented.

talent
{i} yetenek

Düzgün bir şekilde eğitilirse müzikal yetenek geliştirilebilir. - Musical talent can be developed if it's properly trained.

Müzik için yetenek onların kanında akar. - Talent for music runs in their blood.

Talent
(isim) Hüner
talented of
yetenekli
talented person
yetenekli kişi
talent
{i} marifet

Tom on parmağında on marifet olan bir insan. - Tom is a man of many talents.

talent
yetenekli kimseler
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Allah vergisi
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vergi
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hünerli
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tanrı vergisi
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doğal yetenek

Herkesin doğal yetenekleri var. - Everyone has natural talents.

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eski para ve tartı sistemi
expert orator, talented lecturer
uzman hatip, öğretim görevlisi yetenekli
multi-talented
çok yetenekli
be talented
yetenekli olmak
talent
tarb a talent for music müzik kabiliyeti
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talent scoutyıldız adayı seçen kimse
talent
yetenekli kimse
talent
eski ibrani veya Yunan altın veya gümüş parası
talent
local talent bir mahallin yerlilerinden olan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
endowed with one or more talents
showing a natural aptitude for something
{s} possessing a natural ability or skill, gifted
Furnished with talents; possessing skill or talent; mentally gifted
Someone who is talented has a natural ability to do something well. Howard is a talented pianist = gifted. having a natural ability to do something well
talent
A unit of weight and money used in ancient times in Greece, the Roman Empire, and the Middle East

For the kingdom of heaven is as a man travelling into a far country, who called his own servants, and delivered unto them his goods. And unto one he gave five talents, to another two, and to another one; to every man according to his several ability; and straightway took his journey.

talent
After Matthew 25, above: A marked natural ability or skill

He has the talent of touching his nose with his tongue.

talent
People of talent, viewed collectively; a talented person

The director searched their talent pool to fill the new opening.

talent
A desire or inclination for something

Faythfully,’ seyde Sir Dynadan, ‘I woll nat abyde, for I have suche a talente to se Sir Trystram that I may nat abyde longe from hym.’.

talent
The men or (especially) women of a place or area, judged by their attractiveness

Not much talent in this bar tonight – let's hit the clubs.

talent
{n} a certain weight or sum, gift, faculty
talent
A special aptitude or artistic ability
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A person's natural aptitude, mental or physical, e g creative, artistic, analytical, etc
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Intellectual ability, natural or acquired; mental endowment or capacity; skill in accomplishing; a special gift, particularly in business, art, or the like; faculty; a use of the word probably originating in the Scripture parable of the talents Matt
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Teaching and Learning Encompassing Net Technologies
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The Attic talent, as a weight, was about 57 lbs
talent
a person who possesses unusual innate ability in some field or activity
talent
For silver it was equivalent to 3,000 shekels, and in weight was equal to about 93&?; lbs
talent
A performer; model; actor
talent
Among the Hebrews, a weight and denomination of money
talent
The paid staff who are seen or heard on the air, often the interviewer V
talent
a marked ability or skill
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attractive man or woman
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- Actors, models, and singers employed in advertisements
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A pool of points a beginning wrestler is alloted from which to "buy" Attributes, Merits, and Flaws
talent
14-30
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group of young women, esp at a social function
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sterling, or about $1,180
talent
of silver contained 3,000 shekels (Ex 38: 25, 26), and was equal to 94 3/7 lbs avoirdupois The Greek talent, however, as in the LXX , was only 82 1/4 lbs It was in the form of a circular mass, as the Hebrew name kikkar denotes A talent of gold was double the weight of a talent of silver (2 Sam 12: 30) Parable of the talents (Matt 18: 24; 25: 15)
talent
The same as BEZANT
talent
actors, singers and dancers
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avoirdupois; as a denomination of silver money, its value was £243 15s
talent
A type of ability that a character may possess Talents are largely innate and cannot be taught They can only be improved by experience or Practice
talent
Something too many of us take for granted
talent
For gold it was equal to 10,000 gold shekels
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{i} innate ability or skill; capacity for achievement; talented person; any of a number of ancient coins (used in Greece, Rome and the Middle East)
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Among the ancient Greeks, a weight and a denomination of money equal to 60 minæ or 6,000 drachmæ
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an ability expressed by the Metaconscious mind, comprising mastery by the Self With further study and practice, this ability becomes anchored in the Superconscious mind, where it can directly express the ensouling entity This deeper development of ability is referred to as a gift, genius, a spiritual power or siddhi
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In television, the actors or other people seen on-camera; more used in studio applications, such as a news broadcast, than in a program
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avoirdupois; as a denomination of silver, it has been variously estimated at from £340 to £396 sterling, or about $1,645 to $1,916
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natural qualities or talents
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Inclination; will; disposition; desire
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Talent is the natural ability to do something well. The player was given hardly any opportunities to show off his talents He's got lots of talent. see also talent show
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the potential or factual ability to perform a skill better than most people
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