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Translation of "expert" - English-Spanish dictionary

expert

noun   /ˈek·spɜːt/
B1 someone who has a lot of skill in something or a lot of knowledge about something experto, -a He’s an expert on Japanese literature.
adjective   /ˈek·spɜːt/
having or showing a lot of knowledge or skill (de un) experto He’s an expert fisherman.
(Definition of expert from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

expert

adjective /ˈekspəːt/
(with ator on) skilled through training or practice experto an expert car designer I’m expert at map-reading Get expert advice on plumbing.
expertise noun
special knowledge or skills that have been gained through training or experience experiencia professional/technical expertise.
expertly adverb
expertamente She expertly navigated the boat across the bay.
expertness noun
pericia
(Definition of expert from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “expert”
in Korean 숙달된, 전문의…
in Arabic خَبير…
in Malaysian pakar…
in French expert…
in Russian квалифицированный…
in Chinese (Traditional) 專家的, 內行的…
in Italian esperto, di esperto…
in Turkish bilgili, usta, uzman…
in Polish fachowy…
in Vietnamese về mặt chuyên môn…
in Portuguese perito, especializado…
in Thai ซึ่งเชี่ยวชาญ…
in German erfahren, fachmännisch…
in Catalan (d’un) expert…
in Japanese 熟練した…
in Chinese (Simplified) 专家的, 内行的…
in Indonesian ahli…
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