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wunderkind

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwunderkindwun‧der‧kind /ˈwʌndəkɪnd $ -ər-/ noun [countable]  SUCCESSFULa young person who is very successfulchild prodigy
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wunderkindCounterbalancing this ascetic wunderkind is his brother, Charles Solomon.Born in Buenos Aires, he was proclaimed a musical wunderkind when he made his concert debut as a pianist at seven.In May 1973, when I met him, George Lucas was an unappreciated wunderkind.
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