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    In·tel·lect
    /ˈin(t)lˌek(t)/

    noun

  2. noun US /ˈɪnt (ə)lˌekt/ Word Forms DEFINITIONS 2 1 uncountable the ability to think in an intelligent way and to understand difficult or complicated ideas and subjects These activities are designed to develop a baby ’s intellect. a lawyer of great intellect Synonyms and related words Intelligence, intuition and ability to understand intelligence

  3. Intellect (Metaph) The part or faculty of the human mind by which it knows, as distinguished from the power to feel and to will; the power to judge and comprehend; the thinking faculty; the understanding. Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia (n) intellect

  4. Dec 13, 2015 · Meaning "superior understanding, sagacity, quality of being intelligent" is from early 15c. Sense of "information received or imparted, news" first recorded mid-15c., especially "secret information from spies" (1580s). Meaning "a being endowed with understanding or intelligence" is late 14c. Intelligence quotient first recorded 1921 (see I.Q. ).

  5. intellect Part of speech: Noun The faculty of perception or thought; mind . Usage examples for "intellect": The situation will not be altered until we turn from intellect to intuition - which is no other than a turn from the mere way in which things are put together to what the things essentially are and ought to be in their meaning and value .

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