Gifted - definition, pronunciation, transcription
a gifted writer
He's an extremely gifted student.
She was an extremely gifted poet.
Gifted with a superb voice, she became the Opera's leading soprano.
people who are not specially gifted
...a gifted mimic who can do a terrific imitation of anyone's voice...
...going to a school for gifted students will help him thrive as a musical prodigy...
...a gifted but uncelebrated poet...
...you shouldn't undervalue your talent—you are a very gifted singer...
The sonnets established his reputation as a gifted poet.
These are the scenes and events which the pen of Scott has gifted.
They needed the money to set up a special school for gifted children.
A gifted teacher can really bring literature to life for his or her students.
Man is gifted with a moral sense by which he distinguishes good from evil.
a gifted painter but an indifferent actor
It seems that he is very gifted