[ tal-uh n-tid ]
/ ˈtæl ən tɪd /
having talent or special ability; gifted.
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Origin of talented
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Examples from the Web for multi-talented
Enter Garjan Atwood, a multi-talented digital artist who unveils an unusual new photographic project, in O sense.