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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishflairflair /fleə $ fler/ noun  1 [singular]GOOD AT a natural ability to do something very well syn talent Jo has a flair for languages.see thesaurus at skill2 [uncountable]STYLE/ELEGANCE a way of doing things that is interesting and shows imaginationartistic/creative flair a job for which artistic flair is essential Irwin has real entrepreneurial flair.
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flairDominic has always had a flair for appropriating snippets of verbiage.If you have a flair for languages, there are some good career opportunities in Europe.In his new post Stewart displayed enthusiasm and flair.The room's interior was designed with taste and flair.She credits her father for her business flair.Bates is bringing her comedic flair to the show.a combination of British practicality and French flairOr are you an Audrey, eager to walk up the aisle in a chic, minimal gown with Hepburnesque flair?As a player he had a lot of flair, but it didn't help him win.One of the best new players, he shows flair and creativity at the game.Being a good salesman requires skill, flair, and a good knowledge of your product.has a flair forHe's a normal 11-year-old kid, but he has a flair for math.When it does decide to rouse from its slumbers and join in the fun, it has a flair for the unexpected.artistic/creative flairWhen it comes to styling, artistic flair and imagination are essential.How do you utilise your creative flair and imagination?
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