numerate en Inglés

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adj. able to comprehend and use numbers
v. count; reckon
v. number, count

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But they were eager, open, and numerate.
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He was 10 and still only just numerate 10.
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If entrepreneurs are to look after their own accounts, this presumes that they are already literate, and preferably numerate as well, which already excludes a large slice of the entrepreneur population.
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The consequence is that boys were better equipped to be numerate, consistent with a dogma that they were naturally better at mathematics.
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Kasule is numerate, he is able to count his money and to find out how much he has been paid for the work he has done and if it is the amount of money agreed upon.
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The objective is to have the entire population be literate in the national language and numerate by 2012.
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The people we know most about are the scribes, the professionally literate and numerate people who kept the records for the wealthy families and for the temples and palaces.
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There is little point in providing the opportunity for a child to enrol in school if the quality of the education is so poor that the child will not become literate or numerate, or will fail to acquire critical life skills.
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Sinónimos

enumerate: reckon, compute, number, add up, count, sum, tally



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