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Meanings and phrases
- the quality of having great facility and competence
- skillfulness in the command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity; technique
- Short courses could be offered to attain language proficiency."
- The available levels of language proficiency are beginner, intermediate and advanced.
- Each level translates to CEFR levels and an equivalent range of scores on other language proficiency exams.
- Davis is known for his consistency and technical proficiency.
- Despite his lack of technical proficiency on the ball, his style of play often results in his appearance on the scoresheet.
- He commanded a technical proficiency rare among Edwardian musical theatre composers, and his music is reminiscent of Arthur Sullivan's.