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synonyms for skill

  • accomplishment
  • art
  • artistry
  • clout
  • competence
  • dexterity
  • experience
  • expertise
  • finesse
  • ingenuity
  • intelligence
  • job
  • know-how
  • proficiency
  • prowess
  • quickness
  • readiness
  • savvy
  • technique
  • address
  • adroitness
  • aptitude
  • cleverness
  • command
  • craft
  • cunning
  • deftness
  • dodge
  • ease
  • expertness
  • facility
  • goods
  • handiness
  • knack
  • line
  • moxie
  • profession
  • skillfulness
  • sleight
  • smarts
  • stuff
  • trade
  • expertism
  • one's thing
  • right stuff
  • what it takes
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antonyms for skill

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  • clumsiness
  • ignorance
  • inability
  • incompetence
  • ineptness
  • lack
  • avocation
  • difficulty
  • entertainment
  • fun
  • stupidity
  • incapability
  • incapacity
  • inexperience
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In 2010, a study at the University of North Texas compared how students retain information literacy skills in a face-to-face class, an online class and a blended class.
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They viewed the ability to sift through all this advice as a crucial skill to learn.
STARTUP FOUNDERS MUST OVERCOME INFORMATION OVERLOADWALTER THOMPSONSEPTEMBER 17, 2020TECHCRUNCH
These bots offer increasing levels of customizability and complexity to match a young one’s skills.
THESE THREE ROBOTS CAN TEACH KIDS HOW TO CODEJOHN KENNEDYSEPTEMBER 17, 2020POPULAR-SCIENCE
Customers can use the company’s skill to order Tide products without having to pull up the Amazon app or go to the Tide website.
HOW TO DRIVE DIGITAL INNOVATION NECESSARY DURING THE PANDEMICNICK CHASINOVSEPTEMBER 16, 2020SEARCH ENGINE WATCH
She also asked students to choose a skill and practice it regularly.
A 15-WEEK EXERCISE PLAN FOR KIDS AND FAMILIESKRISTA LANGLOISSEPTEMBER 12, 2020OUTSIDE ONLINE
AI researchers will now have to describe the skills needed to use an AI tool, the setting in which the AI is evaluated, details about how humans interact with the AI, the analysis of error cases, and more.
NEW STANDARDS FOR AI CLINICAL TRIALS WILL HELP SPOT SNAKE OIL AND HYPEWILL HEAVENSEPTEMBER 11, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Some might see a loss of the skills they’ve already developed.
CLOSING SCHOOLS FOR COVID-19 HURTS STUDENTS’ FINANCIAL FUTUREALEXANDRA OSSOLASEPTEMBER 10, 2020QUARTZ
She answered that call to rejoin the front lines to offer her skills even though it required some personal sacrifices.
HOW THE BEST WORKPLACES IN MANUFACTURING HAVE RISEN TO THE COVID-19 CHALLENGELBELANGER225SEPTEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
If a lot seems new, try adding just one new study skill each week or two.
TOP 10 TIPS ON HOW TO STUDY SMARTER, NOT LONGERKATHIANN KOWALSKISEPTEMBER 9, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
If a couple is paying for a photographer, they want to see that value in the creativity, skill, and service.
COUPLES SPEND THOUSANDS ON A WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER FOR THAT PERFECT SHOTRACHEL KINGSEPTEMBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO SKILL

  • aptitudes
  • capabilities
  • capacities
  • competences
  • competencies
  • comprehensions
  • dexterities
  • endowments
  • facilities
  • faculties
  • intelligence
  • mights
  • potentialities
  • qualifications
  • resourcefulness
  • skills
  • strengths
  • talents
  • understandings
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