Definición de specialty en inglés:

specialty

Silabificación: spe·cial·ty
Pronunciación: /ˈspeSHəltē
 
/
(British also speciality /ˌspeSHēˈalitē/)

sustantivo (plural specialties)

1A pursuit, area of study, or skill to which someone has devoted much time and effort and in which they are expert: his specialty was watercolors
Sinónimos
forte, strong point, strength, métier, strong suit, talent, skill, bent, gift; Britishspeciality
informal bag, thing, cup of tea
1.1A particular branch of medicine or surgery.
1.2A product, especially a type of food, that a person or region is famous for making well: the local specialties are all seafood
Sinónimos
delicacy; Britishspeciality, fine food/product, traditional food/product
1.3 [as modifier] Meeting particular tastes or needs: specialty potatoes for salads
2 Law A contract under seal.

Origen

Middle English (denoting special affection or attachment): shortening of Old French especialte, from especial (see special).

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