skilfully


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Adv.1.skilfully - with skill; "fragments of a nearly complete jug, skillfully restored at the institute of archaeology"
Translations
بِمهارَه، بِبَراعَه
obratně
dygtigt
faglega; haglega
spretno
ustaca

skilfully

skillfully (US) [ˈskɪlfəlɪ] ADVhábilmente, con destreza

skilfully

[ˈskɪlfʊli] (British) skillfully (US) advhabilement, adroitementski lift nremonte-pente m inv

skilfully

, (US) skillfully
advgeschickt; play the piano alsogewandt; paint, sculpt etckunstvoll

skilfully

skillfully (Am) [ˈskɪlfəlɪ] advabilmente

skill

(skil) noun
1. cleverness at doing something, resulting either from practice or from natural ability. This job requires a lot of skill.
2. a job or activity that requires training and practice; an art or craft. the basic skills of reading and writing.
ˈskilful adjective
having, or showing, skill. a skilful surgeon; It was very skilful of you to repair my bicycle.
ˈskilfully adverb
ˈskilfulness noun
skilled adjective
(negative unskilled).
1. (of a person etc) having skill, especially skill gained by training. a skilled craftsman; She is skilled at all types of dressmaking.
2. (of a job etc) requiring skill. a skilled trade.
skilful is spelt with -l- (not -ll-).
References in classic literature ?
Bear in mind, too, that under these untoward circumstances he has to cut many feet deep in the flesh; and in that subterraneous manner, without so much as getting one single peep into the ever-contracting gash thus made, he must skilfully steer clear of all adjacent, interdicted parts, and exactly divide the spine at a critical point hard by its insertion into the skull.
He may not indeed destroy the framework of the received legends--the fact, for instance, that Clytemnestra was slain by Orestes and Eriphyle by Alcmaeon but he ought to show invention of his own, and skilfully handle the traditional material.
Then the wretched rabble of the Isosceles, planless and leaderless, are either transfixed without resistance by the small body of their brethren whom the Chief Circle keeps in pay for emergencies of this kind; or else more often, by means of jealousies and suspicions skilfully fomented among them by the Circular party, they are stirred to mutual warfare, and perish by one another's angles.