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prodigy  Noun
Plural: prodigies
  1. Translate "prodigy" to Spanish: prodigio, portento, proeza, ostento
    English Synonyms of "prodigy": wonder, portent, achievement, feat, marvel, miracle, coup, exploit, heroic deed, prowess, wonderwork
    Define meaning of "prodigy": An impressive or wonderful example of a particular quality.
  2. The Marines are expected to perform prodigies of valor.

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  3. Translate "prodigy" to Spanish: cosa extraordinaria
    English Synonyms of "prodigy": extraordinary thing, gem, hot stuff, marvel, phenomenon, remarkable thing

  4. Translate "prodigy" to Spanish: portento, persona prodigiosa
    English Synonyms of "prodigy": portentous person, prodigious person, blazer, piece of work
    Define meaning of "prodigy": An unusually gifted or intelligent (young) person; someone whose talents excite wonder and admiration.
  5. She is a chess prodigy.

prodigy  Adjective
  1. Translate "prodigy" to Spanish: superdotado
    English Synonyms of "prodigy": gifted
    Define meaning of "prodigy": Showing a natural aptitude for something.

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