Definition of skill in English:

skill

Syllabification: skill
Pronunciation: /skil
 
/

noun

Derivatives

skill-less

adjective
( • 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.

Origin

late Old English scele 'knowledge', from Old Norse skil 'discernment, knowledge'.

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