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['e dZu kei tid] = /ˈedʒʊkeɪtɪd/
['e dZ.. kei tid] = /ˈedʒəkeɪtɪd/
  1. An educated person has been to many schools in their life, and knows a lot. For example, we would say that a person who finished college is educated.
    Today, only educated people go to the opera.
    I’m glad our new neighbor is an educated man. Maybe we will be able to have an intelligent conversation with him sometimes.
    Boxing is not a good sport for educated people.