Traducción de precocious en español:

precocious

precoz, adj.

Pronunciación: /prɪˈkəʊʃəs//prəˈkoʊʃəs/

adjetivo

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    precoz
    • A precocious child, he read voraciously and soon revealed an extraordinary aptitude for languages.
    • As a boy, Freud was intellectually precocious and an extremely hard worker.
    • She was a precocious child, it would seem, and already demonstrating where her adult interests would come to lie.
    • A precocious composer (his earliest anthems date from c. 1663), he was sent to France and Italy about 1664 to study the latest fashions in music.
    • There's still something of the precocious child about him.
    • As a precocious teenager, and now as a student, Millie has always shared her wild lifestyle with Jamie.
    • The point is made early on that Daniel is an intellectually precocious child.
    • If I had my way I'd ban the most precocious kids from reading anything but Enid Blyton.