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adept

adjective /əˈdept/
highly skilled
experto, diestro
He became very adept at discovering new business opportunities.
Translations of “adept”
in Arabic الخَبير, الماهِر…
in Korean 능숙한…
in Malaysian mahir…
in French expert (à/en)…
in Turkish zor olan şeyleri yapmada başarılı…
in Italian abile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擅長的, 熟練的, 內行的…
in Russian сведущий…
in Polish biegły…
in Vietnamese giỏi…
in Portuguese hábil, perito, conhecedor…
in Thai ชำนาญ…
in German geschickt…
in Catalan hàbil, expert…
in Japanese 巧みな, (~に)長けた…
in Indonesian mahir…
in Chinese (Simplified) 擅长的, 熟练的, 内行的…
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