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Adjective
/ˈgiftid/,
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Having exceptional talent or natural ability,
  1. Having exceptional talent or natural ability
    • - a gifted amateur musician
  2. Having exceptional intelligence
    • - scholarships for gifted students

  1. talented: endowed with talent or talents; "a gifted writer"
  2. Astonishing X-Men is the name of three X-Men comic book series from Marvel Comics, the first two of which were limited series. The ongoing series began in 2004, with its first run written by Joss Whedon and art by John Cassaday. It is currently written by Warren Ellis with art by Phil Jimenez. . ...
  3. Gifted is the Debut novel by author Nikita Lalwani longlisted for the Man Booker Prize and shortlisted for the Costa First Novel Award . It was first published in 2007 by Viking. .
  4. Intellectual giftedness is an intellectual ability significantly higher than average. It is different from a skill, in that skills are learned or acquired behaviors. ...
  5. (Gifting) A gift or a present is the transfer of something without the expectation of receiving something in return. Although gift-giving might involve an expectation of reciprocity, a gift is meant to be free. In many human societies, the act of mutually exchanging money, goods, etc. ...
  6. Endowed with special, in particular intellectual, abilities
  7. (Giftedness) also known as precocity, is a term used to describe an individual who has developed skills and abilities earlier-than-expected in comparison to other individuals of the same age. ...
  8. (Gifting) An estate planning tool used to implement an estate plan by making gifts to intended successors of assets owned by the person(s) making the gifts.
  9. (Gifting) Bring useful or substantial things - not trinkets and junk - to gift. When all else fails, give away dust masks in dust storms. ...
  10. (Gifting) Providing funds as a gift to satisfy part of the cash requirement for closing; only allowed when the donor (giver) is a relative. ...
  11. (Gifting) The act of dumping your useless crap on other people.
  12. (Gifting) The process of sending Gifts to someone in order to increase their Wellness.
  13. (Gifting) is the process of giving money away in order to enhance the quality of life of the recipient. It may also reduce one’s assets under the Assets Test for the Age Pension.
  14. (gifting) The free transfer of assets to another individual. The first $10,000 may be transferred to an individual free of federal taxes each year. Amounts greater than $10,000 per individual per year are taxable to the grantor but the excess may be applied against the grantor's Unified Credit.
  15. The percentage of the student population that has been identified as gifted.
  16. Students with Special Needs who are working towards a certificate of graduation are grouped into four Performance Reporting groups: Gifted, Behaviour Disabilities, Learning Disabilities, and Sensory Disabilities. ...
  17. A kind of exceptionality. The student who is gifted is one who is very bright or smart and who learns things much more quickly than other students his age. ...
  18. programs which serve gifted students from all social classes and ethnic groups, whether achievers, underachievers or handicapped, are not elitist.
  19. Description of students who place above a predetermined cutoff point on intelligence scales or who demonstrate special talents in diverse areas.
  20. students show outstanding talent compared to other children of their age, experience or environment.
  21. Person with special talents, with an IQ above 130.
  22. a category also often called "gifted and talented" (GT) or "high potential." Research tells us that parents are the best identifiers of gifted children. If you are not sure if your child is gifted, try some of these resources:
  23. "An unusually advanced degree of general intellectual ability that requires differentiated learning experiences of a depth and breadth beyond those normally provided in the regular school program to satisfy the level of educational potential indicated." (Ministry of Education of Ontario definition).
  24. A student whose mental ability is 130 or above and whose academic ability is above age/grade peers by a significant amount (usually at least one to two years).
  25. Having a comparatively rare high level of mental ability, intelligence, or potential in one or more domains of ability. Highly gifted or profoundly gifted student are those who can assimilate subject matter at an exceptionally fast rate—sometimes incredibly fast.