HyperDic: letrado

Español > 4 sentidos de la palabra letrado:
ADJETIVOallletrado, culto, docto, erudito, ilustrado, instruido, instruído, sabiohighly educated
allletrado, culto, docto, erudito, ilustrado, instruido, sabiohaving or showing profound knowledge
allletrado, alfabetizado, alfabetoable to read and write
NOMBREperson letrado, abogada, abogado, defensor, jurista, letrada, notario, picapleitosa professional person authorized to practice law
Español > letrado: 4 sentidos > adjetivo 1
SentidoHighly educated; having extensive information or understanding.
Sinónimosculto, docto, erudito, ilustrado, instruido, instruído, sabio
Generalculto, educadopossessing an education (especially having more than average knowledge)
Inglésknowing, knowledgeable, learned, lettered, well-educated, well-read
Catalánculte, docte, erudit, il·lustrat, instruït, lletrat, savi
Nombresaprendizaje, beca, ciencia, conocimiento, enciclopedismo, erudición, ilustración, sabiduríaprofound scholarly knowledge
conciencia, conocimientoHaving knowledge of
saber, sabiduría, sapienciawisdom as evidenced by the possession of knowledge
Español > letrado: 4 sentidos > adjetivo 2
SentidoHaving or showing profound knowledge.
Sinónimosculto, docto, erudito, ilustrado, instruido, sabio
Generalacadémico, erudito, estudioso, universitariocharacteristic of scholars or scholarship
Ingléserudite, learned
Catalánculte, docte, erudit, il·lustrat, instruït, lletrat, savi
Nombresaprendizaje, beca, ciencia, conocimiento, enciclopedismo, erudición, ilustración, sabiduríaprofound scholarly knowledge
Español > letrado: 4 sentidos > adjetivo 3
Sentidoable to read and write.
Sinónimosalfabetizado, alfabeto
Tambiénculto, educadopossessing an education (especially having more than average knowledge)
sofisticadoHaving or appealing to those having worldly / worldly knowledge and refinement and savoir-faire
Contrarioanalfabeto, incultonot able to read or write
Inglésliterate
Catalánalfabet
Español > letrado: 4 sentidos > nombre 1, person
SentidoA professional person authorized to practice law; conducts lawsuits or gives legal advice.
Sinónimosabogada, abogado, defensor, jurista, letrada, notario, picapleitos
Categoríajurisprudencia, leyThe collection of rules imposed by authority
CasosAbraham Lincoln16th President of the United States
Clarence Darrow, Clarence Seward Darrow, DarrowUnited States lawyer famous for his defense of lost causes (1857-1938)
Francis Scott KeyUnited States lawyer and poet who wrote a poem after witnessing the British attack on Baltimore during the War of 1812
J. Edgar Hoover, John Edgar HooverUnited States lawyer who was director of the FBI for 48 years (1895-1972)
William Jennings BryanUnited States lawyer and politician who advocated free silver and prosecuted John Scopes (1925) for teaching evolution in a Tennessee high school (1860-1925)
Específicoabogado, barrister, legalistaA British or Canadian lawyer who speaks in the higher courts of law on behalf of either the defense or prosecution
abogado de oficio, abogado de pobresA lawyer who represents indigent defendants at public expense
abogado defensor, abogado, consejeroA lawyer who pleads / pleads cases in court
abogado defensor, defensaThe lawyer representing the defendant
abogado divorcista, abogado matrimonialistaA lawyer specializing in actions for divorce or annulment
cazador de ambulanciasAn unethical lawyer who incites / incites accident victims to sue
conveyancerA lawyer who specializes in the business of conveying properties
fiscal, procuradora, procuradorA government official who conducts criminal prosecutions on behalf of the state
notario, procurador de los tribunalesA British lawyer who gives legal advice and prepares legal documents
procuradorA lawyer who specializes in defending clients before a court of law
Generalprofesional, profesionistaA person engaged in one of the learned professions
Ingléslawyer, attorney
Catalánadvocada, advocat, defensor, jurista, lletrat, picaplets
NombresderechoThe learned profession that is mastered by graduate study in a law school and that is responsible for the judicial system

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