can you call someone a welth of knowledge
If you are trying to be offensive, you could call them a "Know-It-All" or if it is complimentary, just call them a genius.2nd Answerer says:I believe the term you are looking for is 'polymath'; or someone who studies to obtain universal knowledge would be a 'Renaissance Man/Woman'.
Knowledge of the rules Knowledge of the game Someone who is in good physical shape Someone who cares about the game Someone who can handle criticism Someone who is willing to listen to others Being able to be consistent with what they call
You would call someone who looks after sheep a shepherd.
You would call them an interviewee.
you would call someone chuckles when he or she laughs and there tummy bounces up and down
They can list you as a driver but they should not be able to. If you feel you have been a victim of identity theft, I would call an authority in that matter.
I'm not entirely sure, but a Sheikh usually has a tremendous knowledge about his religion (Islam) so one would assume he may have memorized the Qur'an.
I would call him a hobbyist.
You would call them a doctoral student.
A student is what you would call someone who is in college.
I would call him an art student.
You would call them someone who peruses.
You would call them a breadnolologist.
I suppose you would call them a tailor.
A Holiday maker
That would be a friend.