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intelligent

  
1       adj   A person or animal that is intelligent has the ability to think, understand, and learn things quickly and well.  
Susan's a very bright and intelligent woman who knows her own mind.     
  intelligently      adv   ADV with v, ADV adj  
They are incapable of thinking intelligently about politics.     
2       adj   Something that is intelligent has the ability to think and understand instead of doing things automatically or by instinct.  
An intelligent computer will be an indispensable diagnostic tool for doctors.     
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intelligent

  
  
acute, alert, apt, brainy     (informal)   bright, clever, discerning, enlightened, instructed, knowing, penetrating, perspicacious, quick, quick-witted, rational, sharp, smart, thinking, well-informed  
  
Antonyms     
   dim-witted, dull, foolish, ignorant, obtuse, stupid, unintelligent  

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n.
well-known, intelligent and highly respected person
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a person - including intelligent programs - that uses computer or internet services
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Traduction : Débile Le Blakkcen n'est pas très intelligent et a cause de la consanguinité, est souvent trisomique. On le trouve principalement sur minecraft et sur d'autres jeux de pyj.
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