skillfully

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Englisch - Türkisch
beceriyle
ustaca

O, babası kadar ustaca kayar. - He can ski as skillfully as his father.

Bir papaz bir paravanın üstüne bir rahibin resmini ustaca çizdi. - A priest skillfully drew a picture of a priest on a folding screen.

maharetle
ustalıkla

Aleti ustalıkla idare etti. - He handled the tool skillfully.

dâhice
skill
hüner
skill
(Askeri,Teknik) yetenek

Öğrenciler, okuma yeteneklerini geliştirmeliler. - Students should develop their reading skills.

Lisa o kadar yeteneklidir ki kendisi için vida ve benzeri küçük nesneleri bile yapabilir. - Lisa is so skillful that she can even make screws and similar small objects for herself.

skill
kabiliyet
skill
{i} beceriklilik
skill
marifet
skill
maharet

Çalışan bir adama yaşına göre değil maharetine göre ödeme yapılmalı. - A working man should be paid in proportion to his skill, not his age.

skill
(Askeri) YETENEK, BECERİ, MELEKE, USTALIK
skill
sanat

Yetenekli sanatkâr parçalanmış vazoyu parça parça restore etti. - The skilled craftsman restored the shattered vase piece by piece.

Yeteneği ve sanatı olan bu dünyada ünlü olur. - He who has skill and art, becomes famed in the world.

skill
vasıf
skill
el alışkanlığı
skill
meleke
skill
ustalık

Aleti ustalıkla idare etti. - He handled the tool skillfully.

skill
beceri

Amerika'da iken İngilizce becerisini geliştirdi. - He developed his English skill while he was in America.

Tom insani becerilerini geliştirmeli. - Tom needs to improve his people skills.

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skill
eksperlik
Englisch - Englisch
In a skillful manner; with skill
{s} with skill, proficiently, adeptly, expertly, masterfully
with skill; "fragments of a nearly complete jug, skillfully restored at the institute of archaeology
skill
great, excellent

And I am skiller than you.

skill
{v} to be knowing, differ, signify
skill
{n} knowledge or dexterity axquired by use
skill
The ability to perform a task or activity consistently over a period of time The expertise required for a particular task or occupation which may include manual dexterity and/or mental aptitude
skill
A skill is a non-magical ability A skill differs from a spell not in how it is obtained (since guilds and colleges award the same skills and spells in different ways) but in its basic nature While a skill may be gained magically, it is not itself magic, so it does not require a Verbal Component, cannot be taught to a Familiar, and is not affected by magic spells such as Ranged Forget or Circle of Power A spell-based BOLT cannot pass a magical Circle of Protection, but a skill-based BOLT can The College of Arms, for example, grants only skills The College of the Stone, grants only spells Other colleges are a mix of the two
skill
an attribute a worker has to complete a work task
skill
ability to produce solutions in some problem domain; "the skill of a well-trained boxer"; "the sweet science of pugilism"
skill
This refers to the demonstration of a particular talent It can be a mechanical skill, such as operating a piece of equipment, or a verbal skill, such as making a presentation
skill
The ability, coming from one's knowledge, practice, aptitude, etc , to do something well (See Knowledge)
skill
Any particular art
skill
Skill is the knowledge and ability that enables you to do something well. The cut of a diamond depends on the skill of its craftsman. an ability to do something well, especially because you have learned and practised it talent (skil )
skill
Procedural knowledge of how to perform a task (Anderson)
skill
Denotes the working proficiency that the employee must possess, whether intellectual or physical Skill is having knowledge with ability to apply it on the job
skill
n the coordinated, effective function required by a specific motor task
skill
To be knowing; to have understanding; to be dexterous in performance
skill
an ability that has been acquired by training
skill
The familiar knowledge of any art or science, united with readiness and dexterity in execution or performance, or in the application of the art or science to practical purposes; power to discern and execute; ability to perceive and perform; expertness; aptitude; as, the skill of a mathematician, physician, surgeon, mechanic, etc
skill
(n ) erem, ehrehm
skill
{i} ability, aptitude; proficiency, expertise; craft or trade that requires special training
skill
A skill is a type of work or activity which requires special training and knowledge. Most of us will know someone who is always learning new skills, or studying new fields
skill
the ability to use knowledge in a practical manner See Ability, Capacity, Competency, Knowledge, Talent
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= A learned ability that anyone could conceivably have This includes all of the things you know how to do, knowledges you have acquired, and talents you've developed
skill
The ability to create and use appropriate methods to resolve tasks, it requires personal integration and knowledge of both objective and subjective components of the situation in order to produce results reliably and efficiently
skill
ability to produce solutions in some problem domain; "the skill of a well-trained boxer"; "the sweet science of pugilism" an ability that has been acquired by training
skill
To know; to understand
skill
tswv yim; txawj; paub
skill
An ability that has been acquired by training or experience
skill
while often used interchangeably with abilities, is reserved for specific skills (See ability)
skill
The reason you won that game See Luck
skill
refers to a person's ability to perform various types of cognitive or behavioural activity effectively
skill
A type of ability that a character may possess Skills may be improved by Practice or Training, but not from academic study
skill
Discrimination; judgment; propriety; reason; cause
skill
capacity to do something well; technique, ability. Skills are usually acquired or learned, as opposed to abilities, which are often thought of as innate
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To make a difference; to signify; to matter; used impersonally
skill
n the coordinated, effective function required by a specific motor task 技术。
skill
May be perceptual, motor, manual, intellectual, or social The nature o tasks usually requires a combination of these and usually involves the application of cognitive and psychomotor functions, together with appropriate knowledge
skill
The average accuracy of the forecasts in the sample relative to the accuracy of forecasts produced by a reference method Examples of a suitable reference include forecasts of recurrence, persistence, sample climatology, or the output of a forecast model Skill can be measured by any number of so-called skill scores When based on mean square error, the skill score is defined as
skill
Consistent and effective action or thinking that achieves the desired outcome and is backed by empowering beliefs
skill
Display of art; exercise of ability; contrivance; address
skill
A specific move that has a recognised way of performance and technical value
skill
{f} train a worker to execute a specific task; be important, matter, be significant; help, be useful, avail
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Knowledge; understanding
skill
ability; when you can do something quite well - you can learn psychic skills to better your life
skill
n the coordinated, effective function required by a specific motor task 技術。
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