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talents, plural;
  1. Natural aptitude or skill
    • - he possesses more talent than any other player
    • - she displayed a talent for garden design
  2. People possessing such aptitude or skill
    • - I signed all the talent in Rome
    • - Simon is a talent to watch
  3. People regarded as sexually attractive or as prospective sexual partners
    • - most Saturday nights I have this urge to go on the hunt for new talent
  4. A former weight and unit of currency, used esp. by the ancient Romans and Greeks

  1. endowment: natural abilities or qualities
  2. a person who possesses unusual innate ability in some field or activity
  3. (talented) endowed with talent or talents; "a gifted writer"
  4. Talent is a play written by Victoria Wood, first performed in 1978. It centres around two friends, one of whom is about to enter a talent contest in a run down nightclub. Commissioned for the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, it received much acclaim and transferred to a London run in 1979. ...
  5. Talent (1986), is a photographic work by David Robbins comprising eighteen photographs that depict contemporary artists such as Cindy Sherman, Jeff Koons, Jenny Holzer, Robert Longo, and fourteen others using the headshot portraits long-utilized by the entertainment industry.
  6. Talent is a comic book series written by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski, drawn by Paul Azaceta, published by Boom! Studios.
  7. The talent (talentum, from Ancient Greek: "scale, balance") was one of several ancient units of mass, as well as corresponding units of value equivalent to these masses of a precious metal., It was approximately the mass of water required to fill an amphora. ...
  8. The Talent is a multiple unit passenger train manufactured by Bombardier Talbot that was developed by Waggonfabrik Talbot in Aachen shortly before the company was acquired by Bombardier in 1995. ...
  9. Talence is a commune in the Gironde department in Aquitaine in south-western France.
  10. A unit of weight and money used in ancient times in Greece, the Roman Empire, and the Middle East. [from 9th c.]; A desire or inclination for something. [14th-16th c.]; After Matthew 25, above: A marked natural ability or skill. [from 15th c. ...
  11. (Talented) Refers in particular to the quality of students, expressed in her or his IP (indeks prestasi) being at least 3.0.
  12. (Talents) The use of the One Power for specific applications. The best known of these, of course, is Heating. Some, such as Traveling, the ability to shift oneself from one floor to another without climbing the intervening stairs, have been lost. ...
  13. (Talents) Showcase your special talents or abilities.
  14. (Talents) Skills and abilities of a superior quality.
  15. (Talents) The abilities or gifts to do something well so that we can serve others.
  16. (Talents) those special gifts which are improved upon and practiced; such as musical or artistic ability, and or writing skills.
  17. (talents) a unit of money, worth about 50 Hebrew shekels
  18. Talents are the currency of Human Record. Learn more.
  19. A weight measure of 60 minas TT , equivalent to about 30 kg.
  20. An individual or company hired to work in an exhibit to greet visitors, demonstrate product, or stage a performance.
  21. The people in the ads. Having the right talent in your advertising helps to inspire the need or desire for the product in your audience. Famous people are usually very effective in getting your campaign noticed.
  22. Informal term for actors and extras.
  23. ones ability to do something really well.--Betsyl 02:01, 14 October 2008 (UTC) Def: Someone with an exceptional ability. (Encarta Dic)--Betsyl 02:03, 29 October 2008 (UTC)
  24. A person's natural aptitude, mental or physical, e.g. creative, artistic, analytical, etc.
  25. Danny DeVito (Actor), John Lithgow (Actor), Shirley MacLaine (Actor), Jack Nicholson (Actor), Debra Winger (Actor), Jeff Daniels (Actor), James L. Brooks (Director)