The act of showing intelligence and an extreme amount of knowledge in a particular subject matter.
The sales representative was intelligable when informing me about products I wished to buy.
by Matt Gyuraki April 10, 2008
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a very valuable cognitive trait that an avetard and ou tard completely lacks and will never possess
An avetard has no intelligence.
by TurnM3Up November 14, 2019
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Something severely lacking on Urban Dictionary, for god sake at least know what you're talking about before you post a load of crap on here.
The eiffel tower was built by eskimos as a present for Jesus!11!! He then changed his name to Bob Dylan and formed an emo band!1!

No form of intelligence was used in the above statement, but you'll probably believe it because you read it on the internet.
by Jorj November 28, 2006
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Someone very skilled in the art of not being a complete retard.
Judge: Your word is, Intelligent
Contender: Intelligent.. I.. n.. t.. a-
Judge: Wrong, now the same question for anyone is isn't a complete retard
by PloughDough March 31, 2009
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Knowing when to shut up.
Intelligence:

"It is not what enters into the mouth that defiles the man, but what proceeds out of the mouth, this defiles the man." - Matthew 15:11

You don't have to be a Christian to appreciate such wisdom. =)
by Non-christian February 16, 2009
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A term used to describe the potencies such abilities as application of knowledge, amount of logic, creativity (to some extent), memory (to a lesser extent), and general comprehension, among animals. Intelligence is, often, something lacking in most human beings. Intelligence is relative to one person; what you and I, for instance, perceive as stupid may contradict eachother, or vary in degrees.

Today, people often confuse knowledge and determination (especially in academics) with intelligence. Understand; these are NOT the same things. Knowledge is, of course, the amount of information a person mentally contains. Determination is, naturally, the want to go to often extreme measures to achieve your aims or goals. While intelligence is useless without knowledge, the contrary - knowledge without intelligence - is equally useless.

Much of the time, IQ tests are associated with intelligence. While these are, currently, the most accurate "measurements" of intelligence (if properly executed), they are by no means definitive. They don't consider creativity, abstract logic, or any other trait generally considered intelligent. Still, intelligent people tend to receive higher scores than their mediocre counter-parts. One must also take into account that often times, things like vocabulary are used in such tests. In English, vocabulary, often times, requires definitive knowledge of Latin, German, or French, if not the English language, due to the roots not being absolutely apparent in all cases.
Man, I possess so much intelligence. I mean, just look at that monsterly definition.
by Amerikaner August 24, 2006
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Means someone that doesnt think about sex for 2 Hours
by Hufa March 14, 2004
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