Definition of multiskilled in US English:

multiskilled

adjective

  • Having a range of skills or abilities.

    ‘the growth of a new multiskilled workforce’
    • ‘We're a multiskilled team of engineers, in many cases they are jacks-of-all-trades.’
    • ‘I will need the assistance of multiskilled music geeks.’
    • ‘A dynamic and mature personality is required for what is a demanding multiskilled role.’
    • ‘Everyone's talents melded together and we became multiskilled performers.’
    • ‘Employers are really looking for multiskilled professionals who have both new media and traditional IT skills.’
    • ‘In the new facility, multiskilled staff cook meals in the cottage kitchen.’
    • ‘Her operating strategy has involved increasing productivity by pushing a lean, multiskilled staff to work an extra five to ten hours a week.’
    • ‘I rely on the multiskilled staff to recognize and report eating problems and to independently implement dietary changes.’
    • ‘This multiskilled, cross-disciplinary approach largely emanates from the field of occupational medicine and health.’
    • ‘This could be assisted by the creation of a multiskilled research group to bring new creative ideas to future projects.’
    adaptable, flexible, all-round, multifaceted, multitalented, many-sided, resourceful, protean
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Pronunciation

multiskilled

/ˈməltiskɪld//ˈməltēskild/