experienced


experienced
adj.
VERBS
be, seem, sound
become
ADVERB
extremely, highly, really, vastly (esp. BrE), very

The staff are all highly experienced.

quite
suitably (esp. BrE)

The task needs the skills of a suitably experienced engineer.

widely

a widely experienced and articulate politician

sexually
PREPOSITION
in

She's very experienced in caring for children.

Experienced is used with these nouns: ↑actor, actress, ↑campaigner, ↑crew, ↑diplomat, ↑doctor, ↑driver, ↑entrepreneur, ↑eye, ↑golfer, ↑GP, ↑guide, ↑instructor, ↑interviewer, ↑journalist, ↑judge, ↑lawyer, ↑manager, ↑nurse, ↑observer, ↑operator, ↑performer, ↑personnel, ↑photographer, ↑physician, ↑pilot, ↑player, ↑politician, ↑professional, ↑programmer, ↑researcher, ↑sailor, ↑soldier, ↑specialist, ↑staff, ↑teacher, ↑technician, ↑therapist, ↑trainer, ↑user, ↑writer

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  • experienced — ex‧pe‧ri‧enced [ɪkˈspɪəriənst ǁ ˈspɪr ] adjective someone who is experienced has done a particular type of job before and therefore has knowledge and skills connected with the job: • The company has a small team of experienced sales people.… …   Financial and business terms

  • experienced — ex*pe ri*enced ([e^]ks*p[=e] r[i^]*enst), p. p. & a. Taught by practice or by repeated observations; skillful or wise by means of trials, use, or observation; as, an experienced physician, workman, soldier; an experienced eye. [1913 Webster] The… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • experienced — experienced; in·experienced; un·experienced; …   English syllables

  • experienced — index artful, competent, expert, familiar (informed), learned, practiced, professional (trained) …   Law dictionary

  • experienced — having experience; skillful through expereince, 1570s, pp. adj. from EXPERIENCE (Cf. experience) (v.) …   Etymology dictionary

  • experienced — [adj] knowledgeable, knowing accomplished, accustomed, adept, been around*, been there*, broken in*, capable, competent, cultivated, dynamite, expert, familiar, having something on the ball*, instructed, in the know*, knowing one’s stuff*,… …   New thesaurus

  • experienced — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ having knowledge or skill in a particular field gained over time …   English terms dictionary

  • experienced — [ik spir′ēənst] adj. 1. having had much experience, as in a particular occupation or activity 2. having learned from experience; made wise, competent, etc. by experience …   English World dictionary

  • experienced — ex|pe|ri|enced S3 [ıkˈspıəriənst US ˈspır ] adj possessing skills or knowledge because you have done something often or for a long time ≠ ↑inexperienced ▪ an experienced pilot ▪ an experienced public speaker ▪ She is experienced and self assured …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • experienced — ex|pe|ri|enced [ ık spıriənst ] adjective ** someone who is experienced has skill at something because they have done it a lot: I m a lot more experienced than him. At 16, Hoskins is already an experienced sailor. experienced at/in: She s… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English


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