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"specialized" in British English

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specializedadjective

(UK usually specialised) uk   /ˈspeʃ.əl.aɪzd/  us   /ˈspeʃ.ə.laɪzd/
(Definition of specialized from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"specialized" in Business English

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specializedadjective

(UK also specialised) uk   us   /ˈspeʃəlaɪzd/
relating to one particular area or designed for a particular purpose: The company makes highly specialized products for the health-care industry. Salespeople have acquired specialized and valued knowledge and experience.
(Definition of specialized from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “specialized”
in Chinese (Simplified) 专门的, 专科的…
in Turkish uzmanlaşmış, ihtisas görmüş…
in Russian специальный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專門的, 專科的…
in Polish wyspecjalizowany…
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