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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishintellectin‧tel‧lect /ˈɪntəlekt/ ●○○ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]INTELLIGENT the ability to understand things and to think intelligentlysuperior/considerable/keen etc intellect He combined a formidable intellect with a talent for speaking.2 [countable]INTELLIGENT someone who is very intelligent
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intellectRehnquist was a great scholar who possessed a formidable intellect.Corning wasn't a great intellect, but he knew how to get things done.Our physical strength declines with age, but not necessarily our intellect.Schools should nurture a child's intellect.Her friendliness hides a shrewd intellect.Joyce's books seem designed to appeal to the intellect rather than the emotions.superior/considerable/keen etc intellectHusseini's keen intellect and integrity set him apart.Their keen intellects and powerful personalities could spark off more than just brilliant ideas at times.
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