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Skilled vs. Skilful

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Skilledadjective

Having or showing skill; skillful.

Skilfuladjective

(British spelling) possessing skill, skilled.

Skilledadjective

Requiring special abilities or training.

Skilfuladjective

See Skilful.

Skilledverb

simple past tense and past participle of skill

Skilfuladjective

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’;

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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.

Skilfuladjective

having or showing skill

‘a skilful midfielder’;

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’;

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’;

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’;

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