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adept

adjective uk   /əˈdept/ us  
having a natural ability to do something that needs skill: She's very adept at dealing with the media. Tamsin Palmer gave a technically adept performance on the piano.
adeptly
adverb uk   /-li/ us  
Traducciones de “adept”
en coreano 능숙한…
en árabe الخَبير, الماهِر…
en francés expert (à/en)…
en turco zor olan şeyleri yapmada başarılı…
en italiano abile…
en chino (tradicionál) 擅長的, 熟練的, 內行的…
en ruso сведущий…
en polaco biegły…
en español experto, diestro…
en portugués hábil, perito, conhecedor…
en alemán geschickt…
en catalán hàbil, expert…
en japonés 巧みな, (~に)長けた…
en chino (simplificado) 擅长的, 熟练的, 内行的…
(Definition of adept from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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