Definition of expertise in English:

expertise

Pronunciation /ˌekspərˈtēz//ˌekspərˈtēs/

noun

  • Expert skill or knowledge in a particular field.

    ‘technical expertise’
    • ‘The knowledge and expertise gleaned over the years is now shared with other groups.’
    • ‘I do rely on him because his technical expertise is superb and his ability to predict the future has been uncanny.’
    • ‘Using their own expertise and knowledge, the pair hope to do much of the conversion work themselves.’
    • ‘It is wise to examine all the options and then make a commitment to one area of expertise and master it.’
    • ‘I'm sure she can bring her expertise and local knowledge to bear to put on a great meet.’
    • ‘Each member casts a ballot for the category of competition in their field of expertise.’
    • ‘He stressed the need for local knowledge and expertise in dealing with flooding not to be lost under the new system.’
    • ‘I have seen the staff of the health service who show not just skill and expertise but love, care and friendship.’
    • ‘Though she wanted to say something, she felt it more to be in her co-worker's field of expertise.’
    • ‘Large chunks of money and technical expertise went into the production of these films.’
    • ‘The hospital trust shares its medical expertise in the field of blood diseases with the facility in India.’
    • ‘You don't improve these abilities in the same way that you learn technical expertise.’
    • ‘That, at least to some extent, may well be no more than a reflection of my lack of expertise in this field.’
    • ‘With two teams of referees on the field there will be no shortage of expertise on the rules of the game.’
    • ‘Each field requires its own expertise and in politics there are no simple solutions.’
    • ‘That task is a field of expertise which the Federal Court has specialised skills in.’
    • ‘He is considered a strong asset as a result of his expertise in the justice field.’
    • ‘They were looking for someone with financial and commercial expertise and experience.’
    • ‘He had a clear knowledge and expertise in the management of people with autistic spectrum disorder.’
    • ‘They are asking for a fair day's pay for a fair day's work that reflects their expertise and skill.’
    skill, skilfulness, expertness, prowess, proficiency, competence
    knowledge, command, mastery, virtuosity
    ability, aptitude, facility, knack, capability, gift
    deftness, dexterity, adroitness
    calibre, professionalism
    know-how
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Origin

Mid 19th century: from French, from expert (see expert).

Pronunciation

expertise

/ˌekspərˈtēz//ˌekspərˈtēs/