S3 [ıkˈspıəriənst US -ˈspır-] adj
possessing skills or knowledge because you have done something often or for a long time
an experienced pilot
an experienced public speaker
She is experienced and self-assured.
experienced in
Blake's very experienced in microsurgery.

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  • experienced — ex‧pe‧ri‧enced [ɪkˈspɪəriənst ǁ ˈspɪr ] adjective someone who is experienced has done a particular type of job before and therefore has knowledge and skills connected with the job: • The company has a small team of experienced sales people.… …   Financial and business terms

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  • experienced — experienced; in·experienced; un·experienced; …   English syllables

  • experienced — index artful, competent, expert, familiar (informed), learned, practiced, professional (trained) …   Law dictionary

  • experienced — having experience; skillful through expereince, 1570s, pp. adj. from EXPERIENCE (Cf. experience) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

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  • experienced — ex|pe|ri|enced [ ık spıriənst ] adjective ** someone who is experienced has skill at something because they have done it a lot: I m a lot more experienced than him. At 16, Hoskins is already an experienced sailor. experienced at/in: She s… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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