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Experts have also warned against expecting better local care to save money for hospitals. Times, Sunday Times (2016)But alarmed experts have warned of the dangers. The Sun (2017)Experts say their findings will help decide the best exercise for a growing ageing population. The Sun (2016)The law is there for you but for safety get expert advice before you tell him to leave. The Sun (2016)The data experts also predict for the first time the number of patients who can expect to survive a decade. The Sun (2016)Experts are sceptical about its effectiveness. Times, Sunday Times (2016)You want an expert to hand. Times, Sunday Times (2016)If unsure, we seek the advice of those we consider to be experts in the field of medicine. The Sun (2016)Tell him expert help is available to sort out any problems he may have. The Sun (2007)Tax experts have also reported a rise in requests for advice on opting out of schemes. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Shame about the motley crew of wet experts flopping about in front of them. Times, Sunday Times (2008)All it takes is an expert eye. Times, Sunday Times (2010)You should look for expert advice in areas where you feel you may need additional help. Times, Sunday Times (2015)No wonder then that experts predict a record low turnout. The Sun (2012)The resources below provide expert advice and practical tips for overcoming issues in group dynamics. Christianity Today (2000)It would be surprising if she were not an expert on the subject. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Experts say sentences handed down to street thugs were too short to teach them a lesson. The Sun (2015)It comes as experts warn unemployment will soar to three million over the next two years. The Sun (2008)They are the acknowledged experts in the field. Times, Sunday Times (2006)The ship is full of rotting food and experts say that it could release a foul smell. Times, Sunday Times (2013)You can also be an expert on something in your personal life. The Sun (2008)We fully support these measures which are backed overwhelmingly by the public and expert opinion. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Say you will try again but only if he gets expert help. The Sun (2012)Experts will be available to assist visitors. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Learn about wildlife from experts as the rangers take you on a wander at sunset. Times, Sunday Times (2013)Next year my expert knowledge of haute couture and female form should be taken up. The Sun (2009)But leading experts dismiss this theory. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)To the expert eye, the right plant can be extremely valuable. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Not only will they outline any limitations, they will also be a source of good ideas and expert advice. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Generous charity donors may be surprised at how much of their money is really going to their favourite good cause, experts have warned. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'expert'
British English: expert /ˈɛkspɜːt/ NOUN
An expert is a person who is very skilled at doing something or who knows a lot about a particular subject.
Our team of experts will be on hand to offer help and advice between 12 noon and 7pm daily.
- American English: expert
- Arabic: خَبِير
- Brazilian Portuguese: perito
- Chinese: 专家
- Croatian: stručnjak
- Czech: odborník
- Danish: ekspert
- Dutch: expert
- European Spanish: experto
- Finnish: asiantuntija
- French: expert
- German: Experte
- Greek: ειδικός
- Italian: esperto
- Japanese: 専門家
- Korean: 전문가
- Norwegian: ekspert
- Polish: fachowiec
- European Portuguese: perito
- Romanian: specialist
- Russian: эксперт
- Spanish: experto
- Swedish: expert
- Thai: ผู้เชี่ยวชาญ
- Turkish: uzman
- Ukrainian: експерт
- Vietnamese: chuyên gia
Definition of expert from the Collins English Dictionary
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