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dexterity

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishdexteritydex‧ter‧i‧ty /dekˈsterəti/ noun [uncountable] 🔊 🔊 1 GOOD ATskill and speed in doing something with your hands 🔊 Computer games can improve children’s manual dexterity.2 skill in using words or your mind 🔊 his charm and verbal dexterity
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dexterityIt has used its intelligence and dexterity to make one.Testaverde later scrambled for 12 yards, breaking tackles with Steve Young-like dexterity.This depends on the patient's eyesight, manual dexterity and willingness.The officer's historical role as a street cleaner occasionally required a measure of dexterity and imagination.We become trapped by our dexterity in doing so.Their temerity was hardly less than that of painters who ignored the taboos imposed by convention, their dexterity even greater.manual dexterityMany of these men would have been individuals of vision and creativity as well as manual dexterity.This depends on the patient's eyesight, manual dexterity and willingness.It is all really a matter of manual dexterity and self-confidence.
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