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Meaning of “professionally” - Learner’s Dictionary

professionally

adverb     /prəˈfeʃənəli/
WORK
in a way that relates to your work: I know him professionally, but he's not a close friend.Jobs, careers and professionsWorking
WITH TRAINING
Work that is done professionally is done by someone who has had special training: Their house has been professionally decorated.Employment status and types of work
HIGH STANDARDS
in a way that shows high standards or skill: He dealt with the situation very professionally.Quality and standard
SPORT
If someone does an activity or sport professionally, they earn money for doing it: He's good enough at football to play professionally.Earning money and money earned
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