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skilled

adjective
 
 
/skɪld/
having the abilities needed to do an activity or job well
熟练的;有技术的
My mother is very skilled at/in dressmaking.
我母亲很会做衣服。
Skilled, talented and ableEmployment status and types of work
Skilled work needs someone who has had special training to do it
(工作)需要特殊技能的,需要经过专门训练的
Nursing is a highly skilled job.
护理工作是技术性要求很高的工作。
Employment status and types of work
(Definition of skilled adjective from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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