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professionalism

noun [U] uk   /prəˈfeʃ.ən.əl.ɪ.zəm/ us  
the combination of all the qualities that are connected with trained and skilled people: He praised her professionalism and dynamism.
Translations of “professionalism”
in Korean 전문성…
in Arabic احتِراف…
in Portuguese profissionalismo…
in Catalan professionalisme…
in Japanese 専門技術, プロ意識…
in Italian professionismo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專業水準, 專業精神…
in Russian профессионализм…
in Turkish ustalık, profesyonellik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专业水准, 专业精神…
in Polish profesjonalizm…
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