expertise


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ex·per·tise

 (ĕk′spûr-tēz′)
n.
Skill or knowledge in a particular area. See Synonyms at skill.

[French, expert opinion, expert appraisal, from expert, experienced; see expert.]

expertise

(ˌɛkspɜːˈtiːz)
n
special skill, knowledge, or judgment; expertness
[C19: from French: expert skill, from expert]

ex•per•tise

(ˌɛk spərˈtiz)

n.
1. expert skill or knowledge.
2. an expert opinion.
[1865–70; < French; see expert, -ise2]

expertise

1. the knowledge or skill of an expert.
2. the condition of being an expert.
See also: Skill and Craft

expertise


Past participle: expertised
Gerund: expertising

Imperative
expertise
expertise
Present
I expertise
you expertise
he/she/it expertises
we expertise
you expertise
they expertise
Preterite
I expertised
you expertised
he/she/it expertised
we expertised
you expertised
they expertised
Present Continuous
I am expertising
you are expertising
he/she/it is expertising
we are expertising
you are expertising
they are expertising
Present Perfect
I have expertised
you have expertised
he/she/it has expertised
we have expertised
you have expertised
they have expertised
Past Continuous
I was expertising
you were expertising
he/she/it was expertising
we were expertising
you were expertising
they were expertising
Past Perfect
I had expertised
you had expertised
he/she/it had expertised
we had expertised
you had expertised
they had expertised
Future
I will expertise
you will expertise
he/she/it will expertise
we will expertise
you will expertise
they will expertise
Future Perfect
I will have expertised
you will have expertised
he/she/it will have expertised
we will have expertised
you will have expertised
they will have expertised
Future Continuous
I will be expertising
you will be expertising
he/she/it will be expertising
we will be expertising
you will be expertising
they will be expertising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been expertising
you have been expertising
he/she/it has been expertising
we have been expertising
you have been expertising
they have been expertising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been expertising
you will have been expertising
he/she/it will have been expertising
we will have been expertising
you will have been expertising
they will have been expertising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been expertising
you had been expertising
he/she/it had been expertising
we had been expertising
you had been expertising
they had been expertising
Conditional
I would expertise
you would expertise
he/she/it would expertise
we would expertise
you would expertise
they would expertise
Past Conditional
I would have expertised
you would have expertised
he/she/it would have expertised
we would have expertised
you would have expertised
they would have expertised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.expertise - skillfulness by virtue of possessing special knowledge
skillfulness - the state of being cognitively skillful
professionalism - the expertness characteristic of a professional person
sophistication - being expert or having knowledge of some technical subject; "understanding affine transformations requires considerable mathematical sophistication"

expertise

expertise

noun
Natural or acquired facility in a specific activity:
Informal: know-how.
Translations
pravno mnenjestrokovno znanjestrokovnost
expertis

expertise

[ˌekspəˈtiːz] N (= experience) → experiencia f; (= knowledge) → conocimientos mpl; (= skills) → pericia f

expertise

[ˌɛkspɜːrˈtiːz] n (= know-how) → compétences fpl, savoir-faire m inv
expertise in sth → compétences en matière de qch, savoir-faire dans qch
Their expertise in conserving marble is unrivalled → Leur savoir-faire dans la conservation du marbre est inégalé., Leurs compétences en matière de conservation du marbre sont inégalées.
to have the expertise to do sth → avoir les compétences nécessaires pour faire qch, avoir le savoir-faire nécessaire pour faire qch

expertise

nSachverstand m, → Sachkenntnis f (→ in in +dat, → auf dem Gebiet +gen); (= manual skills)Geschick nt(in bei)

expertise

[ˌɛkspəˈtiːz] n (frm) → competenza
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