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proficient

adjective /prəˈfiʃənt/
skilled; expert
perito, hábil, competente
a proficient swimmer.
proficiently adverb
con gran competencia, hábilmente
He learnt to use the software most proficiently.
proficiency noun
competencia; suficiencia (examen)
Translations of “proficient”
in Arabic بارِع…
in Korean 숙달된…
in Malaysian cekap…
in French (très) compétent (en)…
in Turkish yeterli, usta, mahir…
in Italian esperto, competente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 熟練的, 精通的…
in Russian умелый, знающий…
in Polish biegły…
in Vietnamese thành thạo…
in Portuguese proficiente, hábil…
in Thai เชี่ยวชาญ…
in German tüchtig…
in Catalan expert, competent…
in Japanese 堪能な, 秀でた…
in Indonesian ahli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 熟练的, 精通的…
(Definition of proficient from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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