talento

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NounEdit

talento ‎(accusative singular talenton, plural talentoj, accusative plural talentojn)

  1. talent

InterlinguaEdit

NounEdit

talento ‎(plural talentos)

  1. talent

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin talentum ‎(a Grecian weight; a talent of money), from Ancient Greek τάλαντον ‎(tálanton, balance; a particular weight, especially of gold; sum of money; a talent), from Proto-Indo-European *tl̥h₂ent-, from *telh₂-.

NounEdit

talento m ‎(plural talenti)

  1. talent
  2. talented person

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin talentum ‎(a Grecian weight; a talent of money), from Ancient Greek τάλαντον ‎(tálanton, balance; a particular weight, especially of gold; sum of money; a talent), from Proto-Indo-European *tl̥h₂ent-, from *telh₂-.

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talento m (plural talentos)

  1. (historical) talent (Classical unit of weight and money)
  2. talent (marked natural ability or skill)

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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Latin talentum ‎(a Grecian weight; a talent of money), from Ancient Greek τάλαντον ‎(tálanton, balance; a particular weight, especially of gold; sum of money; a talent), from Proto-Indo-European *tl̥h₂ent-, from *telh₂-.

NounEdit

talento m ‎(plural talentos)

  1. talent

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