- 1The ability to do something well; expertise: difficult work, taking great skillMore example sentences
- I have seen the staff of the NHS who show not just skill and expertise but love, care and friendship.
- They are asking for a fair day's pay for a fair day's work that reflects their expertise and skill.
- As if he hadn't heard her, he continued to steer the car, maneuvering it with expert skill.
- 1.1A particular ability: the basic skills of cookingMore example sentences
- Students learn basic computer skills in computer classroom.
- Many Fortune 500 companies believe that basic communications skills training pays back significant dividends.
- Some children may require a great deal of support as they acquire the social skills necessary for maximum independence.
- ( • archaic )More example sentences
- But it's amazing that our people in St Lucia leave school skill-less and expect to be managers immediately.
- Though not skill-less, it is perfunctory at best.
- Skill-less hockey players would still look skill-less, no matter how many cute camera tricks and CGI pucks the director implanted.
late Old English scele 'knowledge', from Old Norse skil 'discernment, knowledge'.