2 a person who possesses unusual innate ability in some field or activity
EtymologyLatin talentum, "sum of money", Greek τάλαντος, "balance", "weight", "sum". The figurative meanings 2. and 3. come from Matt. XXV 14-30.
- a unit of weight and money used in ancient times in Greece, the Roman Empire, and the Middle East.
- a marked ability or
- He has the talent of touching his nose with his tongue.
- the potential or
factual ability to perform a skill better than most people.
- She has a talent to sing.
- Also used jocularly, as: He has a talent for getting into trouble.
- She has a talent to sing.
- attractive man or woman.
marked ability or skill
- Chinese: 才能 (cáinéng)
- Czech: talent
- Dutch: talent
- Finnish: kyky
- French: talent
- Greek: τάλαντο (tála[n]do) , ταλέντο (talé[n]do) , προσόν (prosón) , χάρισμα (khárizma) , προτέρημα (protérima) , αρετή (aretí)
- Hebrew: כשרון (kisharón)
- Indonesian: bakat
- Italian: talento
- Japanese: 才能 (さいのう, sainō)
- Korean: 재능 (jaeneung)
- Malayalam: കഴിവ് (kazhivu)
- Norwegian: talent
- Portuguese: talento
- Russian: талант (talánt)
- Slovene: talent
- Spanish: talento
- Swedish: talang
potential or factual ability to perform a skill better than most people
- (ability): nadání
Talent may refer to:
- Talent, a personal gift/skill
- A show-business personality or group of them
- Tarento, the Japanese pronunciation of the word; a variety entertainment personality in Japan
- Talent agent, a person who finds jobs for actors, musicians, models, and other people in various entertainment businesses
- Talent manager (or personal manager), one who guides the career of artists in the entertainment business
- Talent scout, responsible for finding and developing talent
- Talent show, a live performance spectacle (sometimes on TV) where contestants perform acting, singing, dancing, acrobatics and other art forms
- Talent Zoo (or TalentZoo.com), a recruitment company and job search engine specializing in the communications industry, including the advertising, marketing, public relations, broadcasting, and publishing sectors
- Fresh Talents Music Project, a new education project based in Rijeka, Croatia
- Talent (train), a model of train manufactured by Bombardier
- Talent (unit), an ancient unit of weight and currency
Talent in Business
- Talent, Oregon, a city in the United States
talent in Czech: Talent
talent in German: Talent
talent in French: Talent
talent in Korean: 탤런트
talent in Italian: Talento
talent in Dutch: Talent
talent in Polish: Talent
talent in Russian: Талант (значения)
talent in Slovak: Talent
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