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Translation of "skill" - English-Spanish dictionary

skill

noun   /skɪl/
B1 the ability to do an activity or job well, especially because you have done it many times habilidad, destreza You need good communication skills to be a teacher.
(Definition of skill from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

skill

noun /skil/
cleverness at doing something, resulting either from practice or from natural ability destreza, habilidad This job requires a lot of skill.
a job or activity that requires training and practice; an art or craft técnica, arte the basic skills of reading and writing.
skilful adjective ( skillful)
having, or showing, skill hábil, diestro a skilful/skillful surgeon It was very skilful/skillful of you to repair my bicycle.
skilfully adverb ( skillfully)
hábilmente She skilfully/skillfully carved the wood.
skilfulness noun ( skillfulness)
habilidad
skilled adjective
(of a person etc ) having skill, especially skill gained by training experto, cualificado a skilled craftsman She is skilled at all types of dressmaking.
(of a job etc) requiring skill especializado a skilled trade.
skilful is spelt with -l- (not -ll-).
(Definition of skill from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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