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Meanings and phrases
- having or showing or requiring special skill
- a worker who has acquired special skills; trained worker; skilled workman
- a worker who has acquired special skills; skilled worker; trained worker
- Virtually warrant were highly skilled technicians.
- Most successful conciliators are highly skilled negotiators.
- I am a professional, highly skilled, professional astronomer.
- Some skilled workers left England hidden in wooden casks.
- The emigration rate of skilled workers was about 21.2% in 2000.
- He also noted the lack of Africans trained to be skilled workers.
- Belgian Blue cattle require more skilled management and do not thrive in harsh environments.
- These African servants did very well for themselves because they were more skilled than their European counterparts.
- New machinery developed in the USA installed at Enfield had greatly increased its output without needing more skilled craftsmen.
- The mission was to be carried out by Iran's most skilled pilots.
- The Yoruba blacksmiths were among the most skilled in West Africa.
- He shows himself to be the most skilled operator on a number of occasions.
- The silversmithing of the plates is very skilled.
- He is very skilled at basketball and has been seen with Coco.
- He is very skilled at the sport and even outdoing some third year students.
- The retirement of members of the aging workforce could possibly result in the shortage of skilled labor in the future.
- As the canal progressed, the crews and engineers working on the project developed expertise and became a skilled labor force.
- It provides highly skilled labor for the local knowledge economy and is a knowledge and research partner for technology companies in the area.
- It is home to many businessmen as well as skilled craftsmen.
- The walls of the caves display sculptures carved by skilled craftsmen.
- Also, another important factor in this phase, was the huge amount of skilled craftsmen.