Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Intellectual"

The meaning of "Intellectual" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does intellectual mean?
A: cerebral
well-studied
smart
Q: What does intellectual mean?
A: in intellectual person is a smart person.
intellectual property refers to copyrights etc
Q: What does intellectual and formal mean?
A: "Intellectual" means related to high levels of thinking, like "smart". "Formal" means polite and fancy, like Sie would be formal while du would be informal.
Q: What does intellectual mean?
A: Someone who has great knowledge

Example sentences using "Intellectual"

Q: Please show me example sentences with intellectual and sophisticated.
A: He wanted to appear intellectual so had left behind his worn out but comfortable clothes in favour of a more sophisticated wardrobe choice.

She was so sophisticated and intellectual that he felt like he had something to prove.

Q: Please show me example sentences with intellectual .
A: I enjoy intellectual conversations.

My parents say I'm an intellectual.

I like to think I'm an intellectual.
Q: Please show me example sentences with intellectual.
A: You know a lot about philosophy! You are definitely an intellectual.

Synonyms of "Intellectual" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between intellectual and intelligent ?
A: An intelligent person is an intellectual.

A person can be/has the capability of being intelligent.
Q: What is the difference between intellectual and intelligence ?
A: "intellectual" = describes a person who is smart.
"intelligence" = knowledge.

"He is an intellectual."
"He is proud of his intelligence."
Q: What is the difference between intellectual and clever ?
A: Being “intellectual” means you have lots of knowledge, whereas being “clever” means you are able to solve problems in a way that other people normally wouldn’t think of doing (you can think outside the box).
Q: What is the difference between intellectual and smart and clever ?
A: An intellectual person is interested in knowledge and always trying to learn new things. A smart person has natural talent in academics or maybe just one subject. A clever person thinks quickly and has unique ideas, or is good at solving problems.
Q: What is the difference between intellectual and smart and clever ?
A: Smart and clever are the same. Intellectual can mean the person is well educated.
But smart can be used to indicate things are tidy/formal/nice. For instance "That's a smart shirt"

Translations of "Intellectual"

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Other questions about "Intellectual"

Q: If I don't have a mild intellectual disability, I could do more various things. does this sound natural?
A: If I didn’t have a mild intellectual disability, I could do more things.
Q: Even though I have a mild intellectual disability, could I go to study go to abroad? does this sound natural?
A: Even though I have a mild intellectual disability, could I study abroad?
or “could I do study abroad?”
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Q: She is useless for certain intellectual aspects but in other fields she is an authentic genius does this sound natural?
A: She is useless in certain intellectual aspects but in other fields she is a real genius

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