English adjective: expert
|1.||expert having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude|
|Samples||Adept in handicrafts.|
An adept juggler.
An expert job.
A good mechanic.
A practiced marksman.
A proficient engineer.
A lesser-known but no less skillful composer.
The effect was achieved by skillful retouching.
|Synonyms||adept, good, practiced, proficient, skilful, skillful|
|2.||expert of or relating to or requiring special knowledge to be understood|
A technical report.
English noun: expert
|1.||expert (person) a person with special knowledge or ability who performs skillfully|
|Broader (hypernym)||individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul|
|Narrower (hyponym)||ace, adept, agronomist, all arounder, all-rounder, analyst, analyst, anatomist, antiquarian, antiquary, arbiter, archaist, archer, authority, black belt, bowman, cabalist, calculator, champion, climatologist, commentator, computer, computer expert, computer guru, cosmetologist, efficiency engineer, efficiency expert, estimator, exegete, figurer, genealogist, genius, geographer, guide, healer, horticulturist, hotshot, investigator, jurist, kabbalist, lapidarist, lapidary, legal expert, logician, logistician, maven, mavin, mnemonist, mythologist, nerd, observer, old hand, old stager, old-timer, oldtimer, out-and-outer, parliamentarian, past master, pathfinder, plantsman, prosthetist, pteridologist, reckoner, scout, sensation, shark, shooter, shot, specialiser, specialist, specializer, stager, star, superstar, supreme authority, talent, technician, technocrat, therapist, veteran, virtuoso, warhorse, whiz, whizz, wiz, wizard|