Prodigy

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Young Exceptional TalentPlay
Use 'prodigy' for someone young with remarkable abilities, often in music, math, or science. SlideAt just 10 years old, the boy is a prodigy in mathematics.
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Not Just IntelligencePlay
'Prodigy' isn't limited to intellectual feats; it includes arts and sports. SlideShe's a prodigy in gymnastics, competing at an international level.
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Uncommon RarityPlay
A 'prodigy' is not just talented; their abilities are rare and exceptional. SlideHis piano compositions are astounding; such a prodigy is a rare find.