What Does Illiterate Mean?


An illiterate is someone who is unable to read or write. It can also be used to describe someone with a marked lack of knowledge in some particular field or area.
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unable to read and write: an illiterate group.
having or demonstrating very little or no education.
showing lack of culture, especially in language and literature.
displaying a marked lack of knowledge in a particular field: He is musically illiterate.
an illiterate person.
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Whoa, did someone call you illiterate? Those are fighting words! Illiterate basically means uneducated. It usually applies to reading, writing, etc. But it can also refer to other things like mechanics or even music! At least you know that if you were able to find this page you are definitely not computer illiterate!
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