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Translation of "profess" - English-Spanish dictionary

profess

verb /prəˈfes/
to state or declare openly. profesar
to claim or pretend pretender He professed to be an expert.
profession /-ʃən/ noun
an occupation or job that needs special knowledge, eg medicine, law, teaching, engineering etc profesión ’What is your profession?’ ’I’m a lawyer.’
the people who have such an occupation cuerpo the legal profession.
an open statement or declaration. declaración, afirmación
professional /-ʃə-/ adjective
of a profession profesional professional skill.
of a very high standard profesional, muy bueno a very professional performance.
earning money by performing, or giving instruction, in a sport or other activity that is a pastime for other people; not amateur profesional a professional musician/golfer.
professionally adverb
profesionalmente, con profesionalidad He used to play tennis professionally.
(Definition of profess from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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