English translation of 'experiente'
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'experiente' in Other Languages
British English: experienced /ɪkˈspɪərɪənst/ ADJECTIVE
If you describe someone as experienced, you mean that they have been doing a particular job or activity for a long time, and therefore know a lot about it or are very skilful at it.
...very experienced nurses.
- American English: experienced
- Arabic: مُجَرَّب
- Brazilian Portuguese: experiente
- Chinese: 富有经验的
- Croatian: iskusan
- Czech: zkušený
- Danish: erfaren
- Dutch: ervaren
- European Spanish: experimentado
- Finnish: kokenut
- French: expérimenté
- German: erfahren
- Greek: έμπειρος
- Italian: esperto
- Japanese: 経験のある
- Korean: 노련한
- Norwegian: erfaren
- Polish: doświadczony
- European Portuguese: experiente
- Romanian: experimentat
- Russian: опытный
- Spanish: experimentado
- Swedish: erfaren
- Thai: ที่มีประสบการณ์
- Turkish: deneyimli
- Ukrainian: досвідчений
- Vietnamese: nhiều kinh nghiệm
British English: seasoned ADJECTIVE
You can use seasoned to describe a person who has a lot of experience of something. For example, a seasoned traveller is a person who has travelled a lot.
The author is a seasoned academic.
Translation of experiente from the Collins Portuguese to English
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