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Some doubts as always Hi, Can I say "versatile person" defining a highly educated person who is good at many fields ? Thank you!
Nov 8, 2019 9:37 AM
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"He's educational" is not correct usage. You can say "The film was educational" but not a person. (You would just say, "He's educated.")
November 8, 2019
versatile means someone who is able to do many different things . In other words , someone with different talents. For example, If you can cook , paint , act , play tennis. It means you’re versatile. On the other hand , if you want to describe someone who’s highly educated, you can say . He’s educational or knowledgeable. I hope that helps . And feel free to message me if you have any questions. I was an English translator and can give you accurate answers to your questions. All the best!
November 8, 2019
A highly educated person who is good at many fields is a polymath. Oh, I forgot, you can also call this person a Renaissance man/woman/person.
November 8, 2019
Hi Verayatno a sort of but he/she doesn't need to be highly educated. Versatile is person or even a thing that can adapt to do many things or serve many function Ex He is a very versatile athlete. Es As you can see, our system is versatile and best of all durable.
November 8, 2019
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