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Having a natural aptitude or skill for something,
  1. Having a natural aptitude or skill for something
    • - a talented young musician

  1. endowed with talent or talents; "a gifted writer"
  2. (talent) endowment: natural abilities or qualities
  3. (talent) a person who possesses unusual innate ability in some field or activity
  4. (Talent (1978 play)) 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. ...
  5. (Talent (artwork)) 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 (comics)) Talent is a comic book series written by Christopher Golden and Tom Sniegoski, drawn by Paul Azaceta, published by Boom! Studios.
  7. (Talent (train)) 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. ...
  8. (Talent (unit)) 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. ...
  9. (The Talents) The Parable of the talents or minas (sometimes the Parable of Talents and/or The Parable of the Pounds) is a pair of similar parables of Jesus. They are found in Matthew and in Luke . ...
  10. (talent) 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. (Talent) From the Greek talanton = scales; Greek and Roman weight unit for a certain sum of money. We have shifted the word’s association of material, monetary value to one expressing admirable human characteristics: talents are a person’s inherent abilities, as given by God.
  12. (Talent) Radio performer; announcer, deejay, newscaster.
  13. (Talent) Informal term for actors and extras.
  14. (Talent) Tulsa's finest resources
  15. (Talent) actors, singers and dancers
  16. (Talent) Collective name for all performers and actors who appear regularly on television.
  17. (talent) Someone invited to be interviewed on radio or television.
  18. (TALENT) Each one of the "hailstones" representing hard truths is the equivalent of the light of truth possessed by the church throughout the Gospel age. The candlestick of the tabernacle was made of a "talent" of gold (Exodus 25: 31-39). ...
  19. (TALENT) Anyone who is hired to appear in the picture on a photo shoot, movie, TV or entertainment production. The term has nothing to do with whether or not the person is actually talented.
  20. (TALENT) Open in a new window
  21. (TALENT) 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)
  22. (Talent) A person of significant magical talent (magery or imbuement level 3, or other significant talent)
  23. (Talent) A person's natural aptitude, mental or physical, e.g. creative, artistic, analytical, etc.
  24. (Talent) A show-business personality (i.e. actors, news anchors, singers, public speakers).
  25. (Talent) A staff member who is placed outside of a trade show booth or display in order to demonstrate a company’s product or greet attendees.