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Pronunciation: /ˈekspɜːrt; ˈekspɜːt/

Translation of expert in Spanish:


  • experto, (masculine, feminine) a scientific/medical/financial expert un experto en ciencia/medicina/finanzas expert at sth/-ing experto en algo/+ infinitive/infinitivo expert on/in sth experto en algo he's an expert on the subject es un experto or un perito en la materia ask him, he's the expert pregúntale a él que es el experto I'm no expert no soy ningún experto
    Example sentences
    • The street was cordoned off and forensic experts combed the area and the club for evidence.
    • In every area of life the experts are ready to smooth our path and tell us what to believe.
    • He was widely regarded by colleagues as one of the leading experts in his field.


  • [person/professional] experto [evidence] [Law/Derecho] pericial, de peritos you'd better seek expert advice te conviene asesorarte con un experto expert knowledge conocimientos (masculine plural) de experto she's an expert gardener es una experta jardinera expert at sth/-ing experto en algo/+ infinitive/infinitivo

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