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Meaning of “expertise” in the English Dictionary

"expertise" in British English

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expertisenoun [U]

uk   /ˌek.spɜːˈtiːz/  us   /-spɝː-/
a high ​level of ​knowledge or ​skill: We ​admired the expertise with which he ​prepared the ​meal. I have no expertise insewing/​sewing expertise. She has ​considerable expertise inFrenchhistory.

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(Definition of expertise from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"expertise" in American English

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expertisenoun [U]

 us   /ˌek·spərˈtiz, -ˈtis/
a high ​level of ​skill or ​knowledge: She was ​widelyknown for her expertise as a ​triallawyer.
(Definition of expertise from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"expertise" in Business English

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expertisenoun [U]

uk   us   /ˌekspɜːˈtiːz/
a high ​level of ​knowledge or ​skill: pick up/gain/develop expertise I've been in this ​job for thirty ​years, and I've ​picked up a good ​deal of expertise along the way.expertise in sth He is a logical ​choice given his expertise in ​consumermarketing. specialist/​technical/​professional expertise engineering/​management/​design expertisethe expertise to do sth You will need someone with the expertise to ​handle confusing ​technicalregulations. The problem comes when a ​manager strays outside his area of expertise.
(Definition of expertise from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “expertise”
in Chinese (Simplified) 专门技能(知识), 专长…
in Turkish beceri, ustalık, maharet…
in Russian компетентность…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專門技能(知識), 專長…
in Polish wiedza (fachowa), umiejętności…
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