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educated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheducateded‧u‧cat‧ed /ˈedjʊkeɪtɪd $ ˈedʒə-/ ●●○ adjective  1 INTELLIGENThaving been well taught and learned a lot a highly educated woman2 university-educated/well educated/privately educated etc3 educated guess
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educatedThe boy came from a good home, was well educated and had every advantage.Other of the source studies, however, used patient values, clinician values, or educated guesses.Darwin's Origin of Species was totally accessible to the educated laymen.All this deeply interested Modigliani who was a remarkably cultivated and educated man, as Paul Alexandre proves.Gifford was a former Royalist officer, an educated man who had himself experienced a fierce inward struggle in his puritan conversion.Romantic nationalism based on the demand for recognition of cultural identity was a sentiment which moved the educated middle classes.In general, children of educated parents tend to get better grades.Less formally educated people can acquire professional competence.Among articulate and educated persons in 1860 these were a distinct minority.You're smart, you're educated, you shouldn't have any trouble finding a job.highly educatedSome of them are very highly educated.Nurses were more highly educated and accountable for their actions as professionals than they used to be.He maintains that because of the highly complex activity, interpreters should be highly educated and already fluent.San Diegans also are highly educated, have current passports and subscribe to cable in large numbers.Education Wordsworth was an intelligent and highly educated man: he was a learned, clever, even a witty poet.The arts tourist is more highly educated, more affluent, and stays longer than the average tourist.Instead there seems to be an increasing amount of discontent among people, especially the more highly educated sections of society.Franklin Roosevelt obviously benefited from his elite, highly educated upbringing.The First Lady was also a highly educated woman.
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