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noun [C or U]
an ability to do an activity or job well, especially because you have practised it
Ruth had/possessed great writing skills.
I have no skill at/in sewing.
Skill, talent and ability
Translations of “skill”
in Spanish destreza, habilidad, técnica…
in Arabic مَهارة…
in Korean 기술…
in Portuguese habilidade, destreza…
in French adresse, habileté, technique…
in German das Geschick, die Kenntnis…
in Catalan destresa, habilitat…
in Japanese 技術, 熟練, 腕前…
in Russian умение, мастерство…
in Chinese (Traditional) 技能,技巧…
in Italian abilità…
in Turkish beceri, hüner, marifet…
in Polish umiejętność…
(Definition of skill from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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