Definition of expert:

part of speech: noun


part of speech: noun

An expert, skillful, or practiced person: one eminently skilled in any particular branch or profession: specifically, a scientific or professional witness who gives evidence on matters connected with his profession, as an analytical chemist, as to the contents of a stomach in a trial for poisoning, or a person skilled in handwriting, as to whether a document is forged.

part of speech: noun

An experienced person; a specialist.

part of speech: adverb


part of speech: adjective

Skilful: adroit.

part of speech: adjective

Skilful; adroit; well versed.

part of speech: noun

One skilful in, or familiar with anything.

part of speech: adjective

Experienced: taught by use, practice, or experience: hence, skillful: well instructed: having familiar knowledge of: dexterous: adroit: ready: prompt: having a facility of operation or performance from practice: as, an expert philosopher; an expert surgeon; expert in surgery.

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