[ej-oo-key-tid] /ˈɛdʒ ʊˌkeɪ tɪd/
having undergone :
characterized by or displaying qualities of culture and learning.
based on some information or experience:
an educated estimate of next year’s sales.
not having benefited from a comprehensive education
having an education, esp a good one
displaying culture, taste, and knowledge; cultivated
(prenominal) based on experience or information (esp in the phrase an educated guess)
1660s, past participle adjective from educate (v.). As an abbreviated way to say well-educated, attested from 1855. Educated guess first attested 1954.
adjective 1. (of a vessel, place, etc) holding or containing half its capacity
[ing-glish or, often, -lish] /ˈɪŋ glɪʃ or, often, -lɪʃ/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of or its inhabitants, institutions, etc. 2. belonging or relating to, or spoken or written in, the English language: a high-school English class; an English translation of a Spanish novel. noun 3. the people of England collectively, especially as […]
[fil] /fɪl/ verb (used with object) 1. to make full; put as much as can be held into: to fill a jar with water. 2. to occupy to the full capacity: Water filled the basin. The crowd filled the hall. 3. to supply to an extreme degree or plentifully: to fill a house with furniture; […]
[fin-isht] /ˈfɪn ɪʃt/ adjective 1. ended or completed. 2. completed or perfected in all details, as a product: to pack and ship finished items. 3. polished to the highest degree of excellence: a dazzling and finished piece of writing. 4. highly skilled or accomplished: a finished violinist. 5. condemned, doomed, or in the process of […]
[fer-got-n] /fərˈgɒt n/ verb 1. a past participle of . adjective 1. having been nearly forgotten: a half-forgotten dream /fəˈɡɒtən/ verb 1. a past participle of forget adj. early 15c., past participle adjective from forget.