1 the capacity for understanding; ability to perceive and comprehend meaning
2 good mental capacity
a person of intelligence
3 Old-fashioned news; information
4 military information about enemies, spies, etc.
5 a group or department that gathers or deals with such information
6 often cap an intelligent being, esp. one that is not embodied
7 modifier of or relating to intelligence an intelligence network (C14: from Latin intellegentia, from intellegere to discern, comprehend, literally: choose between, from inter- + legere to choose)
n the study of the modelling of human mental functions by computer programs, (Abbrev.)
Central Intelligence Agency
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n a measure of the intelligence of an individual derived from results obtained from specially designed tests. The quotient is traditionally derived by dividing an individual's mental age by his chronological age and multiplying the result by 100, (Abbrev.)
n any of a number of tests designed to measure a person's mental skills
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Diccionario de inglés definición
1 acumen, alertness, aptitude, brain power, brains (informal) brightness, capacity, cleverness, comprehension, discernment, grey matter (informal) intellect, mind, nous (Brit. slang) penetration, perception, quickness, reason, sense, smarts (slang, chiefly U.S.) understanding
2 advice, data, disclosure, facts, findings, gen (Brit. informal) information, knowledge, low-down (informal) news, notice, notification, report, rumour, tidings, tip-off, word
1 dullness, ignorance, stupidity
2 concealment, misinformation
Diccionario de inglés sinónimos
Cyber intelligence is computer system that tracks, examines and defies the digital security risks.
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