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Translation of "professional" - English-Spanish dictionary

professional

adjective   /prəˈfeʃ·əəl/
B1 Someone is professional if they get money for a sport or activity that most people do as a hobby. profesional a professional athlete/musician →  Opposite amateur adj
B1 showing skill and careful attention profesional a professional attitude
relating to a job that needs special training or education profesional You should get some professional advice about your finances.
professionally adverb /prəˈfeʃ·əəl·i/
profesionalmente He’s good enough at football to play professionally.
noun   /prəˈfeʃ·əəl/
someone who gets money for doing a sport or activity that most other people do as a hobby profesional a golf professional
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