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ex·pe·ri·enced

 (ĭk-spîr′ē-ənst)
adj.
1. Having had experience in an activity or in life in general: a highly experienced traveler.
2. Skilled or knowledgeable as the result of active participation or practice: consulted an experienced investment counselor.

experienced

(ɪkˈspɪərɪənst)
adj
having become skilful or knowledgeable from extensive contact or participation or observation

ex•pe•ri•enced

(ɪkˈspɪər i ənst)

adj.
wise or skillful through experience: an experienced teacher.
[1560–70]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.experienced - having experience; having knowledge or skill from observation or participation
skilled - having or showing or requiring special skill; "only the most skilled gymnasts make an Olympic team"; "a skilled surgeon has many years of training and experience"; "a skilled reconstruction of her damaged elbow"; "a skilled trade"
toughened, tough - physically toughened; "the tough bottoms of his feet"
inexperienced, inexperient - lacking practical experience or training

experienced

adjective
2. worldly-wise, knowing, worldly, wise, mature, sophisticated Perhaps I'm a bit more experienced about life than you are.

experienced

adjective
Skilled or knowledgeable through long practice:
Idiom: knowing the ropes.
Translations
مُجَرَّبمُجَرِّب، ذو خِبْرَه
zkušený
erfarenrutineret
kokenut
iskusan
reyndur
経験のある
노련한
izkušen
erfaren
ที่มีประสบการณ์
deneyimlitecrübeli
nhiều kinh nghiệm

experienced

[ɪksˈpɪərɪənst] ADJ [teacher, nurse] → con experiencia
"experienced drivers required"se necesitan conductores con experiencia
we need someone more experiencednecesitamos a alguien con más experiencia
she is not experienced enoughno tiene la suficiente experiencia
to be experienced (in sth/in doing sth)tener experiencia (en algo/en hacer algo)
to the experienced eye/earpara el ojo/oído experto
with an experienced eyecon ojo experto
to be sexually experiencedtener experiencia sexual

experienced

[ɪkˈspɪəriənst] adj [worker, player] → expérimenté(e)
to be experienced in sth → avoir de l'expérience en qch, être rompu(e) à qch

experienced

adj personerfahren; staff, teacher, driver etc alsomit Erfahrung; we need someone more experiencedwir brauchen jemanden mit mehr Erfahrung or jemanden, der mehr Erfahrung hat; an experienced eyeein geschulter Blick; to be experienced in somethingin etw (dat)Erfahrung haben or erfahren sein; they are experienced in helping elderly peoplesie haben Erfahrung darin, älteren Leuten zu helfen

experienced

[ɪksˈpɪərɪənst] adj (teacher, lawyer) → che ha esperienza; (driver, politician) → consumato/a
experienced (in) → esperto/a (di)

experience

(ikˈspiəriəns) noun
1. (knowledge, skill or wisdom gained through) practice in some activity, or the doing of something. Learn by experience – don't make the same mistake again; Has she had experience in teaching?
2. an event that affects or involves a person etc. The earthquake was a terrible experience.
verb
to have experience of; to feel. I have never before experienced such rudeness!
exˈperienced adjective
having gained knowledge from experience; skilled. an experienced mountaineer.

experienced

مُجَرَّب zkušený erfaren erfahren έμπειρος experimentado kokenut expérimenté iskusan esperto 経験のある 노련한 ervaren erfaren doświadczony experiente опытный erfaren ที่มีประสบการณ์ deneyimli nhiều kinh nghiệm 富有经验的
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