US: /səˈfɪstəˌkeɪtɪd/, /səˈfɪstɪˌkeɪtəd/
UK: /səfˈɪstɪkˌe‍ɪtɪd/

English Vietnamese dictionary

sophisticated /sə'fistikeitid/
  • tính từ
    • tinh vi, phức tạp, rắc rối
      • sophisticated instruments: những dụng cụ tinh vi
    • khôn ra, thạo đời ra
    • giả, giả mạo; pha, không nguyên chất (rượu, dầu...)

Advanced English dictionary

+ adjective
1 having a lot of experience of the world and knowing about fashion, culture and other things that people think are socially important: the sophisticated pleasures of city life + Mark is a smart and sophisticated young man.
Compare: NAIVE
2 (of a machine, system, etc.) clever and complicated in the way that it works or is presented: highly sophisticated computer systems + Medical techniques are becoming more sophisticated all the time.
3 (of a person) able to understand difficult or complicated ideas: a sophisticated audience

Thesaurus dictionary

1 cultivated, cultured, refined, experienced, worldly, cosmopolitan, polished, elegant, urbane, worldly-wise, knowledgeable, knowing, suave, soigné (soignée), blasé, chichi, slick, Slang hip or hep, cool, with it:
The Gordons mix with a pretty sophisticated crowd.
2 advanced, complex, complicated, intricate, elaborate, subtle, refined, multifaceted:
The desk-top computers of today are much more sophisticated than most older main-frame systems.

Collocation dictionary

1 having a lot of experience of the world


be, feel, look, seem | become, get


highly, very
She was a highly sophisticated and elegant woman.
| quite, rather | enough, sufficiently | intellectually, politically

2 advanced and complicated


be, look, seem | become, get


extremely, highly, very
incredibly sophisticated computers
| increasingly | fairly, pretty, quite, rather, relatively | enough, sufficiently | technically, technologically

Concise English dictionary

+having or appealing to those having worldly knowledge and refinement and savoir-faire
+ahead in development; complex or intricate
+intellectually appealing