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    I think he's more of an athlete than intellect. VS I think he's more an athlete tha

    I think he's more of an athlete than intellect.

    VS

    I think he's more an athlete than intellect.

    Are both okay?

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    Re: I think he's more of an athlete than intellect. VS I think he's more an athlete

    Yes.

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    Re: I think he's more of an athlete than intellect. VS I think he's more an athlete

    I'd change '...than intellect' to '...than an intellectual'.

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    Re: I think he's more of an athlete than intellect. VS I think he's more an athlete

    In AmE, they are synonyms.

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