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expertise /,ekspə'ti:z/
  • danh từ
    • sự thành thạo, sự tinh thông
    • tài chuyên môn; ý kiến về mặt chuyên môn
    • sự giám định
Concise Dictionary
expertises‚ekspɜː'tiːz
noun
+skillfulness by virtue of possessing special knowledge
Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
expertness, skill, knowledge, know-how, judgement, mastery; dexterity, adroitness, Slang savvy:
You need a great deal of expertise to be a museum curator.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[U] ~ (in sth / in doing sth) expert knowledge or skill in a particular subject, activity or job: professional / scientific / technical expertise + They have considerable expertise in dealing with oil spills. + It is difficult to find staff with the level of expertise required for this job. + We have the expertise to help you run your business.
Collocation Dictionary
noun

ADJ.

considerable, extensive, great | limited | appropriate, relevant
Each area of the curriculum should be led by a staff member with appropriate expertise.
| necessary
MPs may lack the necessary expertise to scrutinize legislation effectively.
| established, existing | particular, special/specialist, specific
areas of special expertise
| collective, combined, shared
They met regularly to share experiences and develop their collective expertise.
| in-house, local, outside
We sometimes have to call on outside expertise.
| staff | subject | academic, business, clinical, engineering, financial, legal, management/managerial, marketing, medical, professional, scientific, technical, technological

QUANT.

degree, level
A high degree of expertise is required for this stage of the manufacturing process.

VERB + EXPERTISE

have
She has great expertise in these matters.
| lack | need, require | acquire, develop, gain | build on
This project builds on the existing expertise of staff at the centre.
| provide
Professor Simpson provided expertise in engineering.
| apply, bring, bring to bear, use
How could he apply his academic expertise to practical matters? He will bring a great deal of expertise to bear on this issue.
| bring together, call on, draw on
The project brings together expertise in teaching and library provision. We need to draw on the professional expertise of a large number of teachers.
| rely on | pass on, share
The teachers would be available to share expertise and offer advice.

EXPERTISE + VERB

be available
We need to discover what relevant expertise is available to us.

PREP.

~ in
gaining expertise in specialist financial areas
| ~ on
She brings expertise on general financial and technical matters.

PHRASES

an area/a field of expertise, a range of expertise
The variety of technology requires a wide range of expertise.



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