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dexterity

noun /dekˈsterəti/
skill and/or quickness, especially with the hands
destreza, habilidad
She showed her dexterity with a needle and thread.
dexterous adjective ( dextrous) skilful, especially with the hands
diestro, hábil
He is a very dexterous surgeon.
Translations of “dexterity”
in Korean 재주…
in Arabic بَراعة, خِفّة يَدّ…
in French dextérité…
in Italian destrezza…
in Chinese (Traditional) 純熟,嫻熟, 靈巧,敏捷…
in Russian ловкость, проворство…
in Turkish beceri hüner, her iki elinide beceriyle kullanma…
in Polish zręczność…
in Portuguese destreza…
in German die Geschicklichkeit…
in Catalan destresa…
in Japanese (手先の)器用さ…
in Chinese (Simplified) 纯熟,娴熟, 灵巧,敏捷…
(Definition of dexterity from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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