Significado de “experience” - en el Diccionario Inglés

experience en inglés

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experiencenoun

uk /ɪkˈspɪə.ri.əns/ us /ɪkˈspɪr.i.əns/

B1 [ U ] (the process of getting) knowledge or skill from doing, seeing, or feeling things:

Do you have any experience of working with kids? (= Have you ever worked with them?)
The best way to learn is by experience (= by doing things).
I know from experience that Tony never keeps his promises.
I don't think she has the experience for the job (= enough knowledge and skill for it).
In my experience, people generally smile back if you smile at them.
The experience of pain (= what pain feels like) varies from one person to another.

B1 [ C ] something that happens to you that affects how you feel:

I had a pretty unpleasant experience at the dentist's.
It was interesting hearing about his experiences as a policeman.
I did meet him once and it was an experience I shall never forget.

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experienceverb [ T ]

uk /ɪkˈspɪə.ri.əns/ us /ɪkˈspɪr.i.əns/

(Definición de experience del Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

experience en inglés americano

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experiencenoun [ C/U ]

us /ɪkˈspɪər·i·əns/

(the process of getting) knowledge or skill that is obtained from doing, seeing, or feeling things, or something that happens which has an effect on you:

[ U ] Do you have any experience working with children?
[ U ] I know from experience that it can get quite cold in Maine this time of year.

experienceverb [ T ]

us /ɪkˈspɪər·i·əns/

to have something happen to you, or to do or feel something:

She began to experience sharp pains in her elbow.

(Definición de experience del Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

experience en inglés de negocios

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experiencenoun

uk /ɪkˈspɪəriəns/ us

[ U ] HR knowledge or skill that you get from doing, seeing, or feeling things, or the process of getting this:

His knowledge and experience will be a great asset to the board in our future growth.
have experience of sth Do you have any experience of working with heavy machinery?
gain/get experience As we gained experience of interpreting the data we were able to work faster.
experience as sth They employed someone with many years' experience as a mine regulator.
experience in sth Their experience in marketing and promotion has brought excellent results.
work/professional experience My work experience includes one year as an accounts clerk, and two years as a shop assistant.
past/previous/prior experience No previous experience is necessary as full training will be offered.
extensive/considerable experience Carol has extensive experience in consumer advice and trading standards.
practical/relevant experience
personal/first-hand/direct experience
I have three years of experience.
by/from experience I know from experience that the manager's job does not end at closing time.
in sb's experience In our experience, the most successful projects come from strong, diverse teams.

[ C ] something that happens to you that affects how you feel:

a good/great/positive experience We want to make visiting the website a good experience for all our users.
a useful/valuable/educational experience
be/provide/offer an experience It was an amazing experience to participate in the forum.
customer/shopping/learning experience People who shop here care about the customer experience and the quality of service they receive.

experienceverb [ T ]

uk /ɪkˈspɪəriəns/ us

if you experience something, it happens to you or affects you:

experience a problem/difficulty We experienced a lot of difficulty in selling our house.
New companies often experience a loss in their first few years.
This family business has experienced steady growth and now employs 40 people.

(Definición de experience del Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

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I know from my own personal experience the different preconceptions that have to be taken into account when considering issues of labelling.
Cooperation at an early stage across group boundaries, which was our experience particularly with the milk sector, has finally paid off.
As you will have noted, there is no doubt that our joint approach, the result of long interinstitutional experience, is bearing fruit.
While we may not yet have the capacity to wage war in defence of our values, we have long experience at winning the peace.
The purpose of a horizontal directive would be to freeze a number of areas which, as we know by experience, develop the whole time.
I have personal experience of this.
Experience shows, moreover, that, as a policy, the preference system has, in very many ways, so far been of a symbolic nature.
My past experience as a local government administrator taught me that that rule contributes effectively to preparing projects correctly and accurately and to managing funds.
Our experience should widen our vision, strengthen our position, so that we may seize the opportunities that lie within the management challenges that we face.
We have already seen, to our horror, what happens when asylum-seekers make appeals of this sort, and so we do not want to repeat the experience with would-be immigrants.