expertise

[ ek-sper-teez ]SEE DEFINITION OF expertise

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXPERTISE

The passage is evidence for Ovid's expertise and interest in law.

The large size and diversified operations of the agroindustrial complexes place a heavy demand upon the expertise of management.

His existence was becoming more and more barren of expertise.

Elsie French noticed the expertise of her talk; the intellectual development it implied; the passion of will which accompanied it.

This was a well-calculated and popular step, which however did not make much difference from the point of view of expertise.

Help schools fight drugs by providing them with the expertise and financial resources of community groups and agencies.

The new principal, Bill Rudolph, also committed his energy and expertise to fighting the drug problem.

And we have traveled the road familiar to many nursing scholars, the road of expertise in objectification and quantification.

This expertise went on to the extent of two whole days and appreciably more than another thousand pounds.

A tone, a word, will create suspicion that the exhibition of expertise for hours cannot allay.

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