- n.奇才，天才（尤指神童）; 壮举，盛况
- 复数: prodigies;
They say a prodigy be around 10 years old and have mastered an adult skill.
He was a child prodigy who soon became interested in the scientific study of nature.
A cello prodigy at the age of four, he entered the prestigious Juilliard School in 1962.
Mozart was a child prodigy.
A cello prodigy at the age of four, he entered the prestigious 1 Juilliard School in 1962.
Q: Who is a child prodigy?
This week, an Asian prodigy, who's known for putting some electricity into the classical violin.
He was always a Negro prodigy who played barbarously and wonderfully.
I have a friend whose youngest daughter is a child prodigy on the violin.
A literary prodigy like him is just an exception.
Mei pear is not a childhood favorite, is not talented Exceptional child prodigy.
The prodigy played Carnegie Hall at the age of 16.
The man is a prodigy of learning, ie knows a lot.
The grand duke was delighted and bestowed the favor of the court on the prodigy.
We learned later that this prodigy, talented girl already had more 10 years of performing experience.
Media reporters so far have pinpointed two girls as swimming prodigy Phelps'girlfriend.
Dressed in a ridiculous costume, he was presented at court as a child prodigy of six.
That child prodigy began to compose at the age of five.
She was a child prodigy on the violin.
Critics were not gammoned by this latest prodigy.
But what exactly is a child prodigy?
Compared with Duran you were like a good sound chess player against an infant prodigy.
Who is child prodigy?
Combine in yourself the dove and the serpent, nor as a monster but as a prodigy.
She is a chess prodigy.
He was a mathematical prodigy.
For further information on the life of William James Sidis, see Amy Wallace, "The Prodigy".
She was a child prodigy, giving concerts before she was a teenager.
1. an unusually gifted or intelligent (young) person; someone whose talents excite wonder and admiration;
"she is a chess prodigy"
2. a sign of something about to happen;
"he looked for an omen before going into battle"
3. an impressive or wonderful example of a particular quality;
"the Marines are expected to perform prodigies of valor"