English-Swedish translation of intelligence

Translation of the word intelligence from english to swedish, with synonyms, antonyms, verb conjugation, pronunciation, anagrams, examples of use.

intelligence in Swedish

intelligence
mental facultynoun intelligens [u], förstånd [n]
  mindnoun intelligens [u], skarpsinne [n], klokhet [u], vett [n]
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Antonyms for intelligence
Derived terms of intelligence
artificial intelligence, counterintelligence, have keen intelligence, intelligence quotient, adult intelligence, air force intelligence surveillance and reconnaissance, army intelligence, borderline intelligence, bureau of intelligence and research, canadian security intelligence service, central intelligence agency, central intelligence machinery, combat intelligence, communications intelligence, criminal intelligence services of canada, current intelligence, defense intelligence agency, department of energy intelligence, director of central intelligence, directorate for inter-services intelligence, electronics intelligence, foreign intelligence service, foreign intelligence surveillance act, foreign intelligence surveillance court, intelligence activity, intelligence agency, intelligence agent, intelligence analyst, intelligence cell, intelligence community, intelligence information, intelligence officer, intelligence operation, intelligence service, intelligence test, inter-services intelligence, international intelligence agency, iraqi intelligence service, marine corps intelligence activity, military intelligence
Examples with translation
Cole's Axiom: The sum of the intelligence on the planet is a constant; the population is growing.
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Definitions of intelligence
noun
1. intelligence - the ability to comprehend; to understand and profit from experience
  stupidity a stupid mistake
  intelligent having the capacity for thought and reason especially to a high degree; "is there intelligent life in the universe?"; "an intelligent question"
  unintelligent, stupid lacking intelligence; "a dull job with lazy and unintelligent co-workers"
  ability, power the quality of being able to perform; a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment
  brainpower, learning ability, mental capacity, mentality, wit, brain a habitual or characteristic mental attitude that determines how you will interpret and respond to situations
  breadth, comprehensiveness, largeness the capacity to understand a broad range of topics; "a teacher must have a breadth of knowledge of the subject"; "a man distinguished by the largeness and scope of his views"
  intellect, mind that which is responsible for one's thoughts and feelings; the seat of the faculty of reason; "his mind wandered"; "I couldn't get his words out of my head"
  nonverbal intelligence intelligence that is manifested in the performance of tasks requiring little or no use of language
  verbal intelligence intelligence in the use and comprehension of language
  mental quickness, quick-wittedness, quickness intelligence as revealed by an ability to give correct responses without delay
  mental dexterity, nimbleness intelligence as revealed by quickness and alertness of mind; "nimbleness of wit and imagination"
  brilliance, genius unusual mental ability
  precociousness, precocity intelligence achieved far ahead of normal developmental schedules
  acuity, acuteness, keenness, sharpness sharpness of vision; the visual ability to resolve fine detail (usually measured by a Snellen chart)
  brightness, cleverness, smartness the location of a visual perception along a continuum from black to white
  perspicaciousness, shrewdness, astuteness, perspicacity intelligence manifested by being astute (as in business dealings)
  wits, marbles the basic human power of intelligent thought and perception; "he used his wits to get ahead"; "I was scared out of my wits"; "he still had all his marbles and was in full possession of a lively mind"
2. intelligence - the operation of gathering information about an enemy
  information gathering the act of collecting information
  undercover work, spying the act of keeping a secret watch for intelligence purposes
  current intelligence intelligence of all types and forms of immediate interest; usually disseminated without delays for evaluation or interpretation
  combat intelligence, tactical intelligence intelligence that is required for the planning and conduct of tactical operations
  strategic intelligence intelligence that is required for forming policy and military plans at national and international levels
  sigint, signals intelligence intelligence information gathered from communications intelligence or electronics intelligence or telemetry intelligence
  clandestine operation an intelligence operation so planned and executed as to insure concealment
  overt operation the collection of intelligence openly without concealment
  reconnaissance, reconnaissance mission the act of reconnoitring (especially to gain information about an enemy or potential enemy); "an exchange of fire occurred on a reconnaissance mission"
  counterintelligence intelligence activities concerned with identifying and counteracting the threat to security posed by hostile intelligence organizations or by individuals engaged in espionage or sabotage or subversion or terrorism
3. intelligence - a unit responsible for gathering and interpreting information about an enemy
  administrative body, administrative unit a unit with administrative responsibilities
  military intelligence agency, military intelligence information about the armed forces of another country that is useful in planning and conducting military policy or military operations
  united states intelligence agency an intelligence service in the United States
  ic, intelligence community, national intelligence community, united states intelligence community a group of government agencies and organizations that carry out intelligence activities for the United States government; headed by the Director of Central Intelligence
  international intelligence agency an intelligence agency outside the United States
4. intelligence - secret information about an enemy (or potential enemy); "we sent out planes to gather intelligence on their radar coverage"
  info, information (communication theory) a numerical measure of the uncertainty of an outcome; "the signal contained thousands of bits of information"
  military intelligence information about the armed forces of another country that is useful in planning and conducting military policy or military operations
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Wiki
Intelligence is an umbrella term describing a property of the mind including related abilities, such as the capacities for abstract thought, understanding, communication, reasoning, learning, learning from past experiences, planning, and problem solving. Theories of intelligence are two-fold: (i) the ""single intelligence"" based upon the unilinear construct of ""general intelligence,"" and (ii) the construct of multiple intelligences. Influenced by his cousin Charles Darwin, Francis Galton was the first scientist to propose a theory of general intelligence; that intelligence is a true, biologically-based mental faculty that can be studied by measuring a person's reaction times to cognitive tasks.

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