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adeptadjective

 us   /əˈdept/
skilled: He’s adept at making people feel at ease.
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Translations of “adept”
in Korean 능숙한…
in Arabic الخَبير, الماهِر…
in Malaysian mahir…
in French expert (à/en)…
in Russian сведущий…
in Chinese (Traditional) 擅長的, 熟練的, 內行的…
in Italian abile…
in Turkish zor olan şeyleri yapmada başarılı…
in Polish biegły…
in Spanish experto, diestro…
in Vietnamese giỏi…
in Portuguese hábil, perito, conhecedor…
in Thai ชำนาญ…
in German geschickt…
in Catalan hàbil, expert…
in Japanese 巧みな, (~に)長けた…
in Chinese (Simplified) 擅长的, 熟练的, 内行的…
in Indonesian mahir…
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