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talent poolnoun [C, usually singular]

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the suitable, ​skilledpeople who are ​available to be chosen to do a particular ​type of ​job: The ​company has ​failed to groom a new ​leader from its ​in-housetalentpool. These ​companies have a large enough ​talentpoolright here in this country of ​high-techworkers if they were ​willing to ​pay the same going ​wage.
(Definition of talent pool from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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