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specialized

adjective uk ( UK usually specialised)   /ˈspeʃ.əl.aɪzd/ us    /-ə.laɪzd/
relating to one particular area or designed for a particular purpose: Her job is very specialized (= involves only one limited area). The hospital is unable to provide the highly specialized care needed by very sick babies. specialized skills
Translations of “specialized”
in Chinese (Traditional) 專門的, 專科的…
in Russian специальный…
in Turkish uzmanlaşmış, ihtisas görmüş…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专门的, 专科的…
in Polish wyspecjalizowany…
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