adept 的 2 个定义
- very skilled; proficient; expert: an adept juggler.
ad·ept [ad-ept, uh-dept] /ˈæd ɛpt, əˈdɛpt/
- a skilled or proficient person; expert.
adept 的近义词 36 个
- know stuff
- no dummy
- no slouch
- nobody's fool
- on the ball
- on the beam
- sharp as a tack
- up to speed
adept 的反义词 18 个
- Its CEO is adept at drawing attention to himself and his companies.
- That drove her to become adept at calculating the influence of gluons, which help keep protons intact.
- New England has been particularly adept at taking away Mahomes’s favorite receivers, which shouldn’t surprise anyone familiar with a Belichick game plan.
- As sports betting becomes more and more reliant on technology, you have to wonder what sort of an edge there is to be gained by bettors who are more analytically adept.
- Adebayo is also useful as a traditional big man who rolls to the rim, and Robinson is more than adept at spacing the offense.
- Dawkins is an adept cultural fire-conductor; the title of his bestselling book The God Delusion gives a clear indicator why.
- In critical ways, Russia remains technologically adept, but by its current behavior Russia is also revealed as morally destitute.
- As a former law professor at several elite law schools, he is adept at discussing high constitutional theory.
- Through the years he became just as adept at politics as he was on horseback.
- Two weeks later, a different worker wrote that he was “getting more adept at caring for the child.”
- He was skilful in out-door railway work, and an adept in managing trains and traffic.
- In the conduct of his foreign relations, the Bruce proved himself an adept in diplomacy.
- The cebus did not wait to be shown how to do things, but was an adept in devising ways to do them himself.
- I could not feel comfortable in the seats and lounges, as they were very low, requiring an oriental squat at which I am not adept.
- If Guy Oscard was no great adept at wordy warfare, he was at all events strong in his reception of punishment.