intelligent meaning

FR intelligent

    Definition of intelligent in English Dictionary

  • AdjectiveCOMintelligenterCOMmore intelligentSUPintelligentestSUPmost intelligentSUF-ent
    1. Of high or especially quick cognitive capacity, bright.
      1. Anstruther laughed good-naturedly. “[…] I shall take out half a dozen intelligent maistries from our Press and get them to give our villagers instruction when they begin work and when they are in the fields.”
    2. Well thought-out, well considered.
      1. The engineer had a very intelligent design proposal for the new car. ‎
      2. The general devised an intelligent strategy for the southern campaign. ‎
    3. Characterized by thoughtful interaction.
      1. My girlfriend and I had an intelligent conversation. ‎
    4. Having the same level of brain power as mankind.
      1. The hunt for intelligent life. ‎
    5. Having an environment-sensing automatically-invoked built-in computer capability.
      1. An intelligent network or keyboard. ‎
  • More Examples
    1. Used in the Middle of Sentence
      • The politicians seem to think that they have to hammer home every policy for the public to understand it: I would have thought we're more intelligent than that.
      • In the current era of large surveys and massive data sets, autoclassification of astrophysical sources using intelligent algorithms is becoming increasingly important.
      • 2006 Paul A. LaViolette - Decoding the Message of the Pulsars: Intelligent Communication from the Galaxy - Page 98
  • Part-of-Speech Hierarchy
    1. Adjectives
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    1. fr intelligent
    2. en intelligentsia
    3. fr intelligentsia
    4. fr intelligents
    5. fr intelligente
    Source: Wiktionary
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    Meaning of intelligent for the defined word.

    Grammatically, this word "intelligent" is an adjective.
    Difficultness: Level 1
    Easy     ➨     Difficult
    Definiteness: Level 9
    Definite    ➨     Versatile