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specialist

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈspeʃəlɪst/
someone who has a lot of experience, knowledge, or skill in a particular subject or business area: specialist in sth She is a specialist in financial services and insurance.
FINANCE, STOCK MARKET someone who works on a US stock market and buys and sells shares in particular types of companies: Specialists on regional exchanges sometimes have lower dealing costs than those in New York.
Translations of “specialist”
in Korean 전문가…
in Arabic مُتَخَصِّص…
in Portuguese especialista…
in Catalan especialista…
in Japanese 専門家, スペシャリスト…
in Italian specialista…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專家, 專業人員, 專科醫生…
in Russian специалист…
in Turkish uzman, mütehassıs…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专家, 专业人员, 专科医生…
in Polish specjalist-a/ka…
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