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proficient

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishproficientpro‧fi‧cient /prəˈfɪʃənt/ adjective  GOOD ATable to do something well or skilfullyproficient in/at Martha’s proficient in Swedish. There’s only one way to become proficient at anything – practice! a proficient typistproficiently adverb
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proficientThere is only one way to become proficient at anything - practice!Some deaf children are, however, very proficient at sign language and they can also spell out words using finger spelling.Until you're proficient consider the following before you set out to sail.Lysander, her hero, is a lovable thicko who isn't even terribly proficient in bed.Before you can study at a British university, you have to be proficient in English.But the fact that a child reverses his numbers says nothing about whether that child will be proficient in mathematics.He started playing instruments at age 5, imitating his father, who was a proficient multi-instrumentalist.Rice is not only the most proficient pass receiver in the league, he is the most proficient in football history.The skills required for proficient reading take time to acquire.The black runs are for proficient skiers only.proficient in/ata proficient typistThere is only one way to become proficient at anything - practice!Lysander, her hero, is a lovable thicko who isn't even terribly proficient in bed.The suggestions are not designed to ensure that work-inhibited students quickly become proficient in doing schoolwork.But the fact that a child reverses his numbers says nothing about whether that child will be proficient in mathematics.Shippers like to see the same longshoremen, proficient at operating forklifts and the like, he said.With practice people can become proficient at recognizing and turning off the tension within the body for themselves without drugs.Some deaf children are, however, very proficient at sign language and they can also spell out words using finger spelling.Rice is not only the most proficient pass receiver in the league, he is the most proficient in football history.Gwen is proficient in three languages.
From Longman Business Dictionaryproficientpro‧fi‧cient /prəˈfɪʃənt/ adjective able to do something skilfully and wellAs standards rise, less proficient pilots won’t be hired.proficient in/atTo do a multimedia presentation you need to be proficient in public speaking.
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