Definición de skilful en inglés:

skilful

Saltos de línea: skil|ful
Pronunciación: /ˈskɪlfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/
(also chiefly North American skillful)

adjetivo

Having or showing skill: a skilful midfielder
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • You are brilliant, active and skillful in professional ventures and gain repute in your field of activity.
  • He is very smart and politically skillful, and his time as prime minister was very productive.
  • He was also a robust, competitive and skillful GAA player in both hurling and football.
Sinónimos
expert, accomplished, skilled, masterly, virtuoso, master, consummate, proficient, talented, gifted, adept, adroit, deft, dexterous, able, good, competent, capable, efficient, experienced, trained, practised, professional, polished, well versed, versed, smart, clever, ingenious, brilliant, ready, apt, handy, artful
informal great, mean, wicked, nifty, crack, ace, wizard, genius
British informal a dab hand at
North American informal crackerjack
vulgar slang shit-hot
archaic or humorous compleat
rare habile

Derivativos

skilfully

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • He could use it to wield the engraving instrument skillfully and easily.
  • They move easily and skilfully between the worlds of the village, the province, the nation, and the state.
  • She moved skillfully and gracefully with a determined expression pasted on her face.

skilfulness

sustantivo
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • There was such a boat jam on the way that it took all the expertise and skillfulness of the boatman to reach the take off point.
  • Seven Bulgarian ensembles will also demonstrate typical skillfulness in dancing and singing.
  • The skilfulness of the artisan into the making of the leather toys is seen to be believed.

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