skilful Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary

Meaning of “skilful” in the English Dictionary

"skilful" in British English

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UK (US skillful) uk   us   /ˈskɪl.fəl/
B2 good at doing something, ​especially because you have ​practised doing it: Police ​officers have to be skilful ​drivers.C1 done or made very well: a skilful ​piece of ​playing on the ​clarinet
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