suomi-englanti sanakirja

intellectual englannista suomeksi

  1. älyllinen

  2. intellektuelli, älykkö

  3. älykäs

  1. älyllinen, henkinen

  2. älyllinen, älykäs, intellektuaalinen

  3. älyllinen, henkinen; älyperäinen

  4. älyllinen, henkinen; mielen, mieli / mieli-

  5. Substantiivi

  6. intellektuelli, älykkö

intellectual englanniksi

  1. Pertaining to, or performed by, the intellect; mental or cognitive.

  2. (ux)

  3. 1920, (w), Preface to ''s:The year's at the spring; an anthology of recent poetry''

  4. Pleasure is various, but it cannot exist where the emotions or the imagination have not been powerfully stirred. Whether it be called sensual or intellectual, pleasure cannot be willed
  5. Endowed with intellect; having a keen sense of understanding; having the capacity for higher forms of knowledge or thought; characterized by intelligence or cleverness

  6. (usex)

  7. 1894, (w), ''Nye's History of the USA'' s:Nye's History of the USA/Chapter XXXI|Chapter 30

  8. The Fenimore Cooper Indian is no doubt a brave and highly intellectual person, educated abroad, refined and cultivated by foreign travel, graceful in the grub dance or scalp walk-around, yet tender-hearted as a girl, walking by night fifty-seven miles in a single evening to warn his white friends of danger.
  9. Suitable for exercising one's intellect; perceived by the intellect

  10. 1916, (w), ''The Tyranny of Shams'' Tyranny of Shams/Chapter IX|Chapter IX

  11. A good deal of nonsense is written about sport and entertainment. Many of us can, with pleasant ease, suspend a severely intellectual task for a few hours to witness a first-class football match.
  12. Relating to the understanding; treating of the mind.

  13. Spiritual.

  14. 1805, William Wordsworth, ''The Prelude'', Book II, lines 331-334 (eds. Jonathan Wordsworth, M. H. Abrams, & Stephen Gill, published by W. W. Norton & Company, 1979):

  15. I deem not profitless those fleeting moods / Of shadowy exultation; not for this, / That they are kindred to our purer mind / And intellectual life (..)
  16. An intelligent, learned person, especially one who discourses about learned matters.

  17. (syn)


  18. 1991, (w), ''The Liar'', pp. 20–21:

  19. ‘You know I hate intellectuals.’‘You mean you hate people who are cleverer than you are.’‘Yes. I suppose that's why I like you so much, Tom.’
  20. The intellect or understanding; mental powers or faculties.

  21. 1646, (w), ''(w)'', London: Edw. Dod & Nath. Ekins, 1650, Book I, Chapter 1, p. 2,

  22. (..) although their intellectuals had not failed in the theory of truth, yet did the inservient and brutall faculties control the suggestion of reason (..)