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talent / talented person / looks / attractive looks
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ability / talent / sb of a certain type / a capable individual / only / only then / just now
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a moment ago / just now / (indicating sth happening later than expected) / (preceded by a clause of condition or reason) not until / (followed by a numerical clause) only
talent / ability / capacity
talented girl
just now / a moment ago
(just) a moment ago
expert (in a field)
talent / CL:
talent / gift / genius / talented / gifted
by no means / definitely not / as if! / yeah right!
to make sth of oneself / to become a person who is worthy of respect
gifted scholar
a person who has passed the county level imperial exam (historical) / scholar / skillful writer / fine talent
ability and wisdom
intelligence and wisdom
brimming over with talent (esp. literary) / brilliant
a genius / a talented person
ability / competence
ethics and ability / virtuous and talented
untalented / I / me (humble)
gifted scholar, beautiful lady (idiom) / pair of ideal lovers
just now / then
slave / fig. flunkey
talent (usually literary or artistic)
having both integrity and talent (idiom)
all-rounder / versatile
a self-made genius
employ one's talent to the fullest / everyone gives of their best
a galaxy of talent (idiom) / a great number of competent people
brain drain / outflow of talent
imaginative power / creativeness
talented man and beautiful woman / ideal couple
to have talent but no opportunity (idiom) / to be an unrecognized talent
solid learning / real ability and learning / genuine talent
great talent / rare capability / person of outstanding ability
of great talent (idiom)
talented and good-looking (idiom)
Feng Jicai (1942-), novelist from Tianjin, author of Extraordinary people in our ordinary world 俗世奇人
talent show
talent and learning / scholarship
brain drain
(humble expr.) of humble talent and shallow learning (idiom); Pray forgive my ignorance,...
knowledgeable and versatile
Jiang Yan has exhausted his talent (idiom) / fig. to have used up one's creative powers / to have writer's block
multi-talented / many-sided skills
erudite and multi-talented (idiom); versatile and able
just now / a moment ago
Bizet (name) / Georges Bizet (1838-1875), French musician, composer of opera Carmen
talented field commander (military)
to recognize talent
it'd be a wonder if... (following a verb phrase that is usually negative)
student of great ability / talented student
to be inordinately proud of one's ability / to be conceited and contemptuous (idiom)
ability / talent / gift
who would believe it! / what rubbish!
ability / capable
spare the rod and spoil the child (idiom)
variant of 蠢材
polymath / all-round person
brain drain
a woman's virtue is to have no talent (idiom)
great skill and strategy
talented man and beautiful woman / ideal couple
outstanding talent (idiom); incomparable artistic merit
to waste talent
ability and insight
see 秀才
to employ talent (idiom)
an outstanding talent (idiom) / surpassing insight and acumen
to assess sb's capabilities and employ him accordingly (idiom); to employ sb competent for the task
ability and sagacity
peerless talent (idiom); incomparable artistic merit
heaven is jealous of heroic genius (idiom); the great have great hardship to contend with / those whom the Gods love die young
an outstanding talent (idiom) / surpassing insight and acumen
talent and virtue
stature / build (height and weight) / figure
a learned person need not leave his home to know what's going on in the world (idiom)
extraordinary talent
Four great southern talents of the Ming, namely: Tang Bohu 唐伯虎, Zhu Zhishan 祝枝山, Wen Zhengming 文徵明|文征明 and Xu Zhenqing 徐禎卿|徐祯卿
to recruit
liberal education / general education
talent in a particular area
to recognize talent and have great respect for it
beautiful lady, gifted scholar (idiom) / pair of ideal lovers
talent in both military and civil field (idiom)
just now
first sign of budding talent / to display one's ability for the first time
a learned person need not leave his home to know what's going on in the world (idiom)
lit. making little use of great talent / to use a sledgehammer to crack a nut
Saraswati (the Hindu goddess of wisdom and arts and consort of Lord Brahma)
genius comes from hard effort / Genius is one percent inspiration and ninety-nine percent perspiration (Thomas Edison)

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