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1. Illiterate may be used in both specific and general senses
2. When used specifically, it refers to the inability to read or write. In a more general sense, Illiterate may signify a lack of familiarity with some body of knowledge (as in being "musically Illiterate") or indicate a lack of competence in …
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3. Adjective unable to read and write: an Illiterate group
4. Illiterate - uneducated in the fundamentals of a given art or branch of learning; lacking knowledge of a specific field; "she is ignorant of quantum mechanics"; "he is musically Illiterate" ignorant uneducated - not having a good education
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5. Some common synonyms of Illiterate are ignorant, unlearned, unlettered, and untutored. While all these words mean "not having knowledge," Illiterate applies to either an absolute or a relative inability to read and write
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6. Much of the population is still Illiterate Where would …
7. A surprising percentage of the population is Illiterate.
8. The definition of Illiterate is someone who is unable to read or write, or who is ignorant about a certain subject. An example of Illiterate is a description for a person who has never learned to read.
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9. More than 90 percent of the formerly enslaved were Illiterate, and education was seen as a source of power and independence, and as a tool for having control over their own lives
10. While only 12% of the people in the world could read and write in 1820, today the share has reversed: only 14% of the world population, in 2016, remained Illiterate
11. Illiterate: 1 adj not able to read or write Synonyms: uneducated not having a good education analphabetic , unlettered having little acquaintance with writing functionally Illiterate having reading and writing skills insufficient for ordinary practical needs preliterate not yet having acquired the ability to read and write semiliterate barely
12. Illiterate (adjective) to not be able to read or write in a specific language. Used loosely, it can describe someone who is just an incredibly sloppy speller
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13. Most of the Illiterate adults live in South Asia, West Asia, and sub-Saharan Africa
14. Of all of the Illiterate adults in the world, nearly two-thirds are female
15. Employment opportunities are limited for people who are Illiterate
16. Illiterate (comparative more Illiterate, superlative most Illiterate) Unable to read and write
17. How many syllables in Illiterate? 9 4 8 6 7 5 3 1 2 syllables
18. Divide Illiterate into syllables: il-lit-er-ate Stressed syllable in Illiterate: il-lit-er-ate How to pronounce Illiterate: ih-lit-er-it How to say Illiterate: How to pronounce Illiterate
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20. Badly written, in an uneducated way It was an Illiterate letter, full of mistakes
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21. 3 → economically/politically/scientifically etc Illiterate —illiteracy noun [ uncountable] Examples from the Corpus Illiterate • According to the 1981 census, 46.5 percent …
22. A surprising percentage of the population is Illiterate.
23. ‘This reminds me of a quote from Italo Calvino (who was most certainly literate): ‘The ratio of literacy to illiteracy is constant, but now the Illiterates can read.’’
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24. People who can read and write only in a language other than the predominant language of where they live may also be considered functionally Illiterate
25. Illiterate is defined as "the inability to read or write
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26. A person is considered to be Illiterate if the person cannot read or write a simple message such as instructions or inventory lists even though the person can sign his or her name.
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27. ‘Many were Illiterate or functionally Illiterate in Spanish.’ ‘Several of these parents were either Illiterate or functionally Illiterate in Spanish and did not speak English.’ ‘Paradoxically, because of heightened expectations and increased technological demands, many people who have exceeded traditional literacy criteria are now
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28. The information Illiterate is the person who argues despite having been proven wrong, or the person who does not realize they are making a fool of themselves when speaking to a room of experts about a topic they themselves know little about
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29. Definition of Illiterate written for English Language Learners from the Merriam-Webster Learner's Dictionary with audio pronunciations, usage examples, and count/noncount noun labels.
30. Adjective Someone who is Illiterate does not know how to read or write
31. A large percentage of the population is Illiterate
32. Illiterate n noun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc
33. Her grandfather was an Illiterate who never went to school.
34. Technology Illiterate Someone who doesn't know anything/very little about technology
35. Bureau of the Census defined as Illiterate any person over ten years of age who was unable to read and write in any language.
36. South Asia, where many people are Illiterate, ignorant of their rights, and thus easily diddled, is the home of this system.: The cast members are Illiterate, dispirited convicts with a leading lady who is about to be hanged.: The bishops, demoralized by scandal, evangelically Illiterate, walked peri passu with the warmaking state.: This Illiterate douchebag just can't it through his thick
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37. The Illiterate By William Meredith
38. A small but significant number of 11-year-olds are Illiterate
39. A surprising percentage of the population are Illiterate
40. People judged to be functionally Illiterate lack the basic reading and writing skills required
41. Illiterately synonyms, Illiterately pronunciation, Illiterately translation, English dictionary definition of Illiterately
42. Unable to read and write; having little or no formal education: He has a lot of native intelligence but he is Illiterate.
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43. What's the noun for Illiterate? Here's the word you're looking for
44. (countable) A word, phrase, or grammatical turn thought to be characteristic of an Illiterate …
45. Illiterate is an antonym of literate
46. Literate is an antonym of Illiterate
47. As adjectives the difference between literate and Illiterate is that literate is able to read and write; having literacy while Illiterate is unable to read and write
48. As nouns the difference between literate and Illiterate is that literate is a person who is able to read and write while Illiterate is an Illiterate
49. Illiterate (adj.) early 15c., "uneducated, unable to read and write" (originally meaning Latin), from Latin illiteratus "unlearned, unlettered, ignorant; without culture, inelegant," from assimilated form of in-"not, opposite of" (see in-(1)) + literatus "educated," literally "furnished with letters" (see literate).Old English used unstæfwis as a loan-translation of Latin illiteratus.
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50. Illiterate describes someone who is unable to read and write.Illiterate may also be used to mean someone who is generally uneducated or ignorant about a particular subject
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51. The word Illiterate is a result of adding the prefix in-to the word literate.In-means not or the opposite of something.Illiterate is an adjective, related words are the noun illiteracy and the adverb Illiterately.
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52. From SEO and PPC to networks and keyboard commands, it’s no wonder some people are still computer Illiterate
53. Today, on the way to work, at the grocery store or when you went to pick up your kids from school, you may have crossed paths with someone who is Illiterate
54. The Illiterate man could not complete the job application
55. As a teacher I deal with Illiterate high school students who can barely write complete sentences
56. The football coach ignored the fact his star player was Illiterate and had never read anything other than a picture book.
57. Synonyms for Illiterate in Free Thesaurus
58. 34 synonyms for Illiterate: uneducated, ignorant, unlettered, unable to read and write, analphabetic, ignorant, unaware, inexperienced, blind, innocent
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59. What are synonyms for Illiterate?
60. Social judgement is so powerfully built into the term Illiterate that scholars now generally use more neutral terms, such as non-literate (for societies and individuals for whom literacy is not a relevant issue) and pre-literate (for societies and conditions before
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61. Illiterate - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums
62. Definition of Illiterate in the Definitions.net dictionary
63. What does Illiterate mean? Information and translations of Illiterate in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
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64. Serious question: “Is Trump Functionally Illiterate?” I’m not trying to be funny
65. Of these Illiterate youth, 76 million are women and 54 million of them are based in only nine countries: India, Pakistan, Nigeria, Ethiopia, Bangladesh, Democratic Republic of Congo, United Republic of Tanzania, Egypt and Burkina Faso
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