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talent (for)

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  • talent for acting — ability for acting, skilled in performing …   English contemporary dictionary

  • talent for painting — ability to paint well, skilled in painting …   English contemporary dictionary

  • talent for writing — ability to write well, skilled in writing …   English contemporary dictionary

  • A Talent for War — Infobox Book | name = A Talent for War image caption = 2004 Paperback Edition Cover author = Jack McDevitt cover artist = Darrell K. Sweet (First U. S. edition) country = United States language = English series = Alex Benedict genre = Science… …   Wikipedia

  • A Small Talent for War — Infobox Television episode Title = A Small Talent for War Series = The Twilight Zone Caption = Scene from A Small Talent for War Season = 1 Episode = 15, Segment 2 Airdate = January 24, 1986 Production = Writer = Alan Brennert Carter Scholz… …   Wikipedia

  • talent — [tal′ənt] n. [ME < OE talente < L talentum, a coin, orig., unit of weight < Gr talanton, a unit of money, weight, orig., a balance < IE base * tel , to lift up, weigh, bear > TOLERATE: senses 2 4 from the parable of the talents… …   English World dictionary

  • talent — UK US /ˈtælənt/ noun [C or U] ► a natural skill or ability: »The successful candidate will have both talent and drive. »The company benefited from her expertise and talents in sales. a talent for sth »He had a great talent for business. ► HR a… …   Financial and business terms

  • talent scout — talent scouts N COUNT A talent scout is someone whose job is to find people who have talent, for example as actors, footballers, or musicians, so that they can be offered work …   English dictionary

  • talent — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ amazing, considerable, enormous, extraordinary, formidable, genuine, great, immense, incredible, major, obvious …   Collocations dictionary

  • talent — tal|ent W3S3 [ˈtælənt] n [Date: 1400 1500; Origin: talent unit of weight or money in the ancient world (9 21 centuries), from Latin talentum, from Greek talanton; from a story in the Bible in which a man gives talents to his three servants, and… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • talent — n. 1) to demonstrate, display, show (a) talent 2) to cultivate, develop a talent 3) to squander one s talent(s) 4) (a) mediocre; outstanding talent 5) (a) natural talent 6) the talent to + inf. (she has the talent to go far) 7) (a) talent for (a… …   Combinatory dictionary


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