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Proficient vs. Skilled

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Proficientadjective

Good at something; skilled; fluent; practiced, especially in relation to a task or skill.

‘He was a proficient writer with an interest in human nature.’;

Skilledadjective

Having or showing skill; skillful.

Proficientnoun

An expert.

Skilledadjective

Requiring special abilities or training.

Proficientnoun

One who has made considerable advances in any business, art, science, or branch of learning; an expert; an adept; as, proficient in a trade; a proficient in mathematics, music, etc.

Skilledverb

simple past tense and past participle of skill

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Proficientadjective

Well advanced in any branch of knowledge or skill; possessed of considerable acquirements; well-skilled; versed; adept,

Skilledadjective

Having familiar knowledge united with readiness and dexterity in its application; familiarly acquainted with; expert; skillful; - often followed by in; as, a person skilled in drawing or geometry.

Proficientadjective

having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude;

‘adept in handicrafts’; ‘an adept juggler’; ‘an expert job’; ‘a good mechanic’; ‘a practiced marksman’; ‘a proficient engineer’; ‘a lesser-known but no less skillful composer’; ‘the effect was achieved by skillful retouching’;

Skilledadjective

having or showing or requiring special skill;

‘only the most skilled gymnasts make an Olympic team’; ‘a skilled surgeon has many years of training and experience’; ‘a skilled reconstruction of her damaged elbow’; ‘a skilled trade’;

Proficientadjective

competent or skilled in doing or using something

‘I was proficient at my job’; ‘she felt reasonably proficient in Italian’;

Skilledadjective

having or showing the knowledge, ability, or training to perform a certain activity or task well

‘a lab technician skilled in electronics’; ‘skilled draughtsmen’;

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Proficientnoun

a person who is proficient

‘he became a proficient in Latin and Greek’;

Skilledadjective

based on or proceeding from the ability to do something well

‘skilled legal advice’;

Skilledadjective

(of work) requiring special abilities or training

‘a highly skilled job’;

Skilled

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