US: /ˈɛkspɝt/
UK: /ˈɛkspɜːt/

English Vietnamese dictionary

expert /'ekspə:t/
  • tính từ
    • (+ at, in) chuyên môn, thành thạo, thông thạo, lão luyện
      • to be expert at (in) something: thành thạo (tinh thông) về cái gì
    • của nhà chuyên môn; về mặt chuyên môn
      • an expert opinion: ý kiến của nhà chuyên môn; ý kiến về mặt chuyên môn
      • according to expert evidence: theo bằng chứng của nhà chuyên môn đưa ra
  • danh từ
    • nhà chuyên môn, chuyên gia, chuyên viên
    • viên giám định

Advanced English dictionary

noun, adjective
+ noun
~ (at / in / on sth)
~ (at / in / on doing sth) a person with special knowledge, skill or training in sth: a computer / medical expert + an expert in child psychology + an expert on modern literature + He's an expert at getting his own way. + Don't ask me-I'm no expert!
+ adjective
~ (at / in sth)
~ (at / in doing sth) done with, having or involving great knowledge or skill: to seek expert advice / an expert opinion + an expert gardener / driver + We need some expert help. + She's expert at making cheap, but stylish clothes. + They are all expert in this field.
expertly adverb: The roads were icy but she stopped the car expertly. + The music was expertly performed.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 authority, professional, specialist, scholar, master, connoisseur, pundit, Colloq wizard, whiz, pro, ace, Brit dab hand, boffin, Slang US maven or mavin:
We rely on experts to verify the age of works of art.
2 skilful, skilled, trained, knowledgeable, learned, experienced, practised, qualified, adept, proficient, accomplished, au fait, adroit, dexterous, polished, finished, masterful, masterly, first-rate, excellent, superb, wonderful, superior, champion(ship), A-one, A-1, virtuoso, Colloq top-notch, Brit whizzo, wizard, US crackerjack, crack:
Davis is an expert snooker player.

Collocation dictionary


real | leading | acknowledged, recognized | professional, qualified | self-proclaimed, self-styled | so-called | international, world
She is a world expert on butterflies.
| local | independent, outside | computer, financial, gardening, health, legal, marketing, medical, military, scientific, technical, etc.


committee, panel, team
A panel of experts will answer questions from the television audience.


consult, take advice from, talk to


advise sb/sth, agree sth, argue sth, believe sth, claim sth, fear sth, predict sth, reckon sth, recommend sth, say sth
Experts agree that a balanced diet is the key to great health.


~ at
He's an expert at getting his own way.
| ~ in
an expert in skin care
| ~ on
an expert on European art

Concise English dictionary

+a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully
+having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude