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Having a natural aptitude or skill for something.‘a talented young musician’
gifted, skilful, skilled, accomplished, brilliant, expert, consummate, master, masterly, first-rate, polished, artistic, adroit, dexterous, able, competent, capable, apt, deft, adept, proficientView synonyms
- ‘He was also a very talented artist and had had some of his paintings exhibited.’
- ‘There is a very talented tier of young executives hungry for success and on the way up.’
- ‘Yet Leigh youngsters are as talented as young people anywhere else in the country.’
- ‘We are on the lookout for the most talented young poets in our region's schools.’
- ‘They have a rich seam of talented players and have the ambition to succeed as a whole.’
- ‘He is the most talented young English player around and as such he is under the microscope.’
- ‘I feel privileged to help such a talented sportsman on the path to becoming a world champion.’
- ‘He devised a television show that would allow talented home cooks to compete for a prize.’
- ‘He is inordinately proud of his troupe and relishes being around the young and talented.’
- ‘The displays have grown out of a series of interviews with talented local folk.’
- ‘We have a lot of talented amateur artists in Bolton as well as some well known painters.’
- ‘Big-hitting young forward is raw but very talented and has a big future ahead of him.’
- ‘He was a very talented musician and he was a pleasure to be with in the studio.’
- ‘His input is great and he's a talented young player with a big future ahead of him.’
- ‘The group of talented young musicians wowed crowds with a series of classical and pop tunes.’
- ‘This was a period when a number of talented young players started coming through.’
- ‘The many talented software developers in those countries should be given a fair chance.’
- ‘This council has a clear commitment to the education of gifted and talented pupils.’
- ‘This year the team will run two young and talented drivers who are both aiming for the title.’
- ‘They have a lot of respect now, and all the bands on the label are unique and talented.’
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