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  1. specialist

    • IPA[ˈspeSH(ə)ləst]

    美式

    • n.
      a person who concentrates primarily on a particular subject or activity; a person highly skilled in a specific and restricted field;a physician highly trained in a particular branch of medicine
    • adj.
      possessing or involving detailed knowledge or study of a restricted topic;concentrating on a restricted field, market, or area of activity
    • noun: specialist, plural noun: specialists

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    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. a person who concentrates primarily on a particular subject or activity; a person highly skilled in a specific and restricted field he is a specialist in psychometric testing the study was undertaken by a market-research specialist
    • a physician highly trained in a particular branch of medicine her doctor thought her allergy was psychosomatic, but he sent her to a specialist
    • (in the US Army) an enlisted person of one of four grades (specialist 4, equivalent to the rank of corporal, being the most junior, specialist 7, equivalent to sergeant first class, being the most senior) who has technical or administrative duties but does not exercise command.

    形容詞

    • 1. possessing or involving detailed knowledge or study of a restricted topic the project may involve people with specialist knowledge
    • concentrating on a restricted field, market, or area of activity a specialist electrical shop
    • n.
      a person who is not an expert or specialist in a particular subject.
    • adj.
      not having or requiring specialist knowledge: articles inform non-specialist readers about new scientific advances

    Oxford Dictionary

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    • IPA[ˈspɛʃ(ə)lɪst]

    英式

    • n.
      a person who concentrates primarily on a particular subject or activity; a person highly ... he is a specialist in psychometric testing the study was undertaken by a market-research specialist
    • adj.
      possessing or involving detailed knowledge or study of a restricted topic: you may require specialist financial advice

    Oxford Dictionary