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Meanings and phrases
- having or appealing to those having worldly knowledge and refinement and savoir-faire
- ahead in development; complex or intricate; advanced
- intellectually appealing
- Safety equipment become more sophisticated.
- Proni frequently introduced new, more sophisticated designs.
- The book is somewhat more sophisticated in content than "CDB!
- These cars are considered to be the most sophisticated cars in dirt racing.
- This formidable complex of defences was one of the most sophisticated of Antiquity.
- The most sophisticated alternative is when subscribers can be added or removed at runtime.
- Even with its limitations, this approach supported highly sophisticated applications.
- This was a highly sophisticated spatial arrangement maximizing the sense of space in a restricted area.
- The new Najdi rulers, nomadic Arabs largely found themselves at the reins of a highly sophisticated society.
- The equipment for such sports has become increasingly sophisticated.
- Home theatre systems became increasingly sophisticated, as did some of the special edition DVDs designed to be shown on them.
- Critics generally agreed that Presley had acquired a "deeper, harder voice quality", and said his interpretations were "increasingly sophisticated".
- The Burt retractable Binding was a very sophisticated item, but not enough reliable and solid.
- During the mid-1920s, the gallery scene in Barcelona was very sophisticated, organized and complex.
- The Smith, especially, used a very sophisticated interpretation of the Chicago School, in the manner of Holabird & Roche.