English Synonyms and Antonyms
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having or showing profound knowledge
"a learned jurist"; "an erudite professor"
knowing, knowledgeable, learned, lettered, well-educated, well-readadjective
highly educated; having extensive information or understanding
"knowing instructors"; "a knowledgeable critic"; "a knowledgeable audience"
established by conditioning or learning
"a conditioned response"
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It seemed like one of those things that were too good to be true, in my life, I've learned to leave things alone that are too good to be true.
Once management learned of the camera it was re-positioned to monitor a smaller area, the performers elected to change costumes in the public corridor when they really could have dressed in the private area that was available to them.
Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has learned that the Department of Justice is investigating campaign contributions made by employees who worked for Postmaster General Louis DeJoy when Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was in the private sector. Postmaster General Louis DeJoy has always been scrupulous in Postmaster General Louis DeJoy adherence to the campaign contribution laws and has never knowingly violated them, postmaster General Louis DeJoy fully cooperated with and answered the questions posed by Congress regarding these matters. The same is true of the Postal Service Inspector General's inquiry which after a thorough investigation gave Postmaster General Louis DeJoy a clean bill of health on Postmaster General Louis DeJoy disclosure and divestment issues. He expects nothing less in this latest matter and he intends to work with DOJ toward swiftly resolving it.
In college the professor gives you an assignment, you study and are given a test to determine what you have learned. In life, you are first tested and then you learn.
When you point to the moon, what do you see in front of your finger; Your task is to feel, not to think, when you can understand that the lesson will be learned.
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- leído, eruditoSpanish
- ionnsaichte, foghlaimte, fiosrach, sgoilearach, iùlmhorScottish Gaelic
- erudite, docteInterlingua
- doctus, eruditus, litteratusLatin
- instruído, erudito, douto, culto, sábioPortuguese
- erudit, învățatRomanian
- учёный, эрудированныйRussian
- načitan, učen, naučenSerbo-Croatian
- beläst, bildad, lärd, kultiveradSwedish
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