professionally


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pro·fes·sion·al

 (prə-fĕsh′ə-nəl)
adj.
1.
a. Of, relating to, engaged in, or suitable for a profession: lawyers, doctors, and other professional people.
b. Conforming to the standards of a profession: professional behavior.
2. Engaging in a given activity as a source of livelihood or as a career: a professional writer.
3. Performed by persons receiving pay: professional football.
4. Having or showing great skill; expert: a professional repair job.
n.
1. A person following a profession, especially a learned profession.
2. One who earns a living in a given or implied occupation: hired a professional to decorate the house.
3. A skilled practitioner; an expert.

pro·fes′sion·al·ly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.professionally - in a professional manner; "professionally trained staff"
Translations
بِإِحْتِرَافباحْتِراف
profesionálně
professionelt
ammattimaisesti
profesionalno
hivatásszerûen
faglega
職業的に
직업적으로
profesionálne
poklicno
professionellt
อย่างมืออาชีพ
một cách lành nghề

professionally

[prəˈfeʃnəlɪ] ADV
1. (Sport, Mus) [play, sing] → profesionalmente
he is known professionally as Xse le conoce profesionalmente como X
2. (= in a professional capacity) → profesionalmente
I only knew her professionallysólo la traté profesionalmente
to be professionally qualifiedtener el título profesional
4. (= by an expert) [made, built] → por un profesional or un experto
I advise you to have it done professionallyte aconsejo que lo dejes en manos de un profesional or experto
5. (= as befits a professional) → con profesionalidad
she conducts her business very professionallylleva sus negocios con mucha profesionalidad

professionally

[prəˈfɛʃənəli] adv
(= not as an amateur) [play] → professionnellement
She sings professionally
BUT C'est une chanteuse professionnelle.
(= at work) personally and professionally → personnellement et professionnellement
I only know him professionally → Je ne le connais que professionnellement.
(= correctly) [behave] → de manière professionnelle
(= to a high standard) → de manière professionnelle
[qualified] → professionnellement
speaking professionally → en tant que professionnelprofessional misconduct nfaute f professionnelleprofessional school n (US) (= faculty) faculté de droit ou de médecine (= business school) → école f supérieure de commerce

professionally

advberuflich; (= in accomplished manner)fachmännisch; he sings/dances professionallyer singt/tanzt von Berufs wegen or beruflich, er ist ein professioneller Sänger/Tänzer; now he plays professionallyjetzt ist er Berufsspieler or Profi; he is professionally recognized as the best …er ist in Fachkreisen als der bestebekannt; X, professionally known as Y (of artist, musician etc)X, unter dem Künstlernamen Y bekannt; (of writer)X, unter dem Pseudonym Y bekannt; to know somebody professionallyjdn beruflich kennen; they acted most professionally in refusing to …dass sie … ablehnten, zeugte von hohem Berufsethos

professionally

[prəˈfɛʃnlɪ] adv (play) → come professionista; (sing) → per professione; (expertly) → professionalmente, in modo professionale
I only know him professionally → lo conosco solo per motivi di lavoro
to be professionally qualified → essere abilitato/a alla professione

profess

(prəˈfes) verb
1. to state or declare openly.
2. to claim or pretend. He professed to be an expert.
proˈfession (-ʃən) noun
1. an occupation or job that needs special knowledge, eg medicine, law, teaching, engineering etc.
2. the people who have such an occupation. the legal profession.
3. an open statement or declaration.
proˈfessional (-ʃə-) adjective
(negative unprofessional).
1. of a profession. professional skill.
2. of a very high standard. a very professional performance.
3. earning money by performing, or giving instruction, in a sport or other activity that is a pastime for other people; not amateur. a professional musician/golfer.
noun
(abbreviation pro (prou) ) a person who is professional. a golf professional/pro.
proˈfessionally adverb

professionally

بِإِحْتِرَاف profesionálně professionelt fachmännisch επαγγελματικά profesionalmente ammattimaisesti professionnellement profesionalno professionalmente 職業的に 직업적으로 professioneel profesjonelt profesjonalnie profissionalmente профессионально professionellt อย่างมืออาชีพ profesyonelce một cách lành nghề 专业地
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The postilion was a venerable "boy" of sixty--a martyr to rheumatic gout, the result of excessive exposure in youth, counter-acted by strong liquors--who had stood at inn-doors doing nothing for the whole five-and- twenty years that had elapsed since he had no longer been required to ride professionally, as if expecting the old times to come back again.
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