‹ Skilfully Skilled ›
Meanings and phrases
- an ability that has been acquired by training; accomplishment; acquirement; acquisition; attainment
- ability to produce solutions in some problem domain; science
- more than ordinary ability
- Everyone is encouraged to perform, regardless of their skill level.
- Instead the GM will apply various modifiers to add or subtract to the skill level.
- The term "professional" in skating refers not to skill level but competitive status.
- The process of making charcoal demanded great skill and vast quantities of trees.
- Outside of pro-bending, Mako demonstrated great skill in traditional firebending combat.
- The city "suddenly organised the manufacture of arms" with great skill and effectiveness.
- Three different skill levels can be chosen - Rookie, Pro and Baller.
- Types of cooking also depend on the skill levels and training of cooks.
- There are more than 20 activity combinations and multiple skill levels.
- I admire these pictures most as virtuoso demonstrations of technical skill.
- Known for his technical skill as a climber and guide, he died from a fall while free solo climbing in the Teton Range.
- Day, whose technical skill matched his business acumen, has been called "the master printer of the English Reformation".
- $5,000 bought a player's skill set.
- The aim is to develop "career and market-oriented" training that broaden the students skill set.
- Industry in the U.S. was advancing up the skill set, innovation knowledge and organization curve.
- This is combined with education, skill development and work training programs.
- KASE is the apex agency for all skill development activities in the state of Kerala.
- Therefore, key curriculum elements included practical skill development (typing, dictation, etc.)
- The surf breaks have a vast array of size and skill sets.
- In autism, inertia can be described as a deficit in certain skill sets.
- Other societal factors tend to result in men and women having different skill sets.