expert / noun, verb ˈɛk spɜrt; adjective ˈɛk spɜrt, ɪkˈspɜrt /


expert3 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a person who has special skill or knowledge in some particular field; specialist; authority: a language expert.
  2. Military. the highest rating in rifle marksmanship, above that of marksman and sharpshooter.a person who has achieved such a rating.
adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. possessing special skill or knowledge; trained by practice; skillful or skilled: an expert driver; to be expert at driving a car.
  2. pertaining to, coming from, or characteristic of an expert: expert work; expert advice.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to act as an expert for.

expert 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

knowledgeable, proficient

n. 名词 noun

master, specialist


  1. Postal workers and independent experts say that has caused mail to pile up in post offices and caused multiday delays in localities across the country.
  2. She added that she felt Pence’s top officials often showed derision toward the administration’s medical experts.
  3. His suspicions are out of step with the views of election experts and many within his own party, who are building large-scale vote-by-mail programs.
  4. Unless we have a dermatologist, a doctor, an expert co-sign that product, we don’t cover it.
  5. States have broad power — known as “police power” — to protect public health in an emergency, even when doing so infringes on individual liberties, legal experts say.
  6. I went into the audition as Fericito, the Venezuelan percussionist, and then I did a self-defense expert.
  7. “He was a brave field commander and an expert in intelligence, and in organizing popular and tribal forces,” said the eulogist.
  8. Well, one expert I talked to said that physically it involves little more than a $20 cable.
  9. An expert in education talks about race relations, the political environment and what can be done to improve things.
  10. Carter has also been a fixture on boards and expert panels, in think tanks and at universities.
  11. And having an enormous appetite he was fortunate in being expert at finding angleworms.
  12. He has his particular likings and tit-bits, and is very expert in carving out the parts of an animal that please him best.
  13. But, as many people know, and all may believe, running in a crowded London street is difficult—even to an expert London thief.
  14. When conversing recently with an expert on this subject I asked whether the use of asbestos would not effect the desired object.
  15. His services as witness and expert adviser were in great request by railway companies.