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professional

adjective
 
 
/prəˈfeʃənəl/
JOB [always before noun] B2 relating to a job that needs special training or education
meslekî, profesyonel
You should get some professional advice about your finances.Employment status and types of work
EARNING MONEY B1 Someone is professional if they earn money for a sport or activity which most people do as a hobby.
profesyonel (sporcu vb.)
a professional athlete/musician →  Opposite amateur adjective Earning money and money earned
SKILL B1 showing skill and careful attention
ustalıklı, profesyonel, işini iyi yapan kişi
a professional attitude He looks very professional in that suit. →  Opposite unprofessional Skilled, talented and able
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