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skill

noun
 
 
/skɪl/ WORKPLACE, HR
[C, usually plural] a particular ability that you develop through training and experience and that is useful in a job: communication/interpersonal/negotiation skills Many young people have never learned the basic skill of good writing.business/specialist skills A growing part of the charity's work is providing business skills to developing economies.improve/sharpen/upgrade skills Improving your computer skills can help you find higher-paid work. We are facing a growing skills shortage in sciences. leadership/management/organizational skills analytical/practical/technical skills have/possess/lack skills acquire/develop/learn skills apply/use skills
[C or U] an ability to do an activity well, especially because you have practised it: He brings his considerable skill and expertise to the role.
→  See also deskill , people skills , reskill , transferable skills
Traducciones de “skill”
en coreano 기술…
en árabe مَهارة…
en francés adresse, habileté, technique…
en turco beceri, hüner, marifet…
en italiano abilità…
en chino (tradicionál) 技能,技巧…
en ruso умение, мастерство…
en polaco umiejętność…
en español destreza, habilidad, técnica…
en portugués habilidade, destreza…
en alemán das Geschick, die Kenntnis…
en catalán destresa, habilitat…
en japonés 技術, 熟練, 腕前…
en chino (simplificado) 技能,技巧…
(Definition of skill from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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