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expert

adjective [always before noun]     /ˈekspɜːt/
B2 having a lot of skill in something or knowing a lot about something bilgili, usta, uzman, iyi bilen I need some expert advice on investments. What's your expert opinion?Skilled, talented and able
expertly adverb
bilir kişi gibi He carved the roast expertly.
Translations of “expert”
in Arabic خَبير…
in Korean 숙달된, 전문의…
in Malaysian pakar…
in French expert…
in Italian esperto, di esperto…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專家的, 內行的…
in Russian квалифицированный…
in Polish fachowy…
in Vietnamese về mặt chuyên môn…
in Spanish experto…
in Portuguese perito, especializado…
in Thai ซึ่งเชี่ยวชาญ…
in German erfahren, fachmännisch…
in Catalan (d’un) expert…
in Japanese 熟練した…
in Indonesian ahli…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专家的, 内行的…
(Definition of expert adjective from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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