Examples of expertise in a Sentence
- While the declared nuclear powers have wobbled in their commitment to get rid of their arsenals, the rise of a global black market in nuclear expertise and materials has made the Bomb more attainable for everyone else. —Michael Elliott, Time, 1 Aug. 2005
- The English magazine The Spectator employs me as "Dear Mary," a so-called agony aunt, in which capacity I have over the years gained considerable expertise in various areas of etiquette … —Mary Killen, Atlantic, May 2001
- Can anyone out there drive a bloody automobile? By driving I do not mean simply guiding a two-ton lump of steel and plastic along a smooth stretch of macadam, but actually steering, braking, and shifting the thing with a modicum of competence, if not outright expertise. —Brock Yates, Car & Driver, October 2001
- If a company that spends millions of dollars a year on a fancy advertising campaign to brag about its Web design expertise can't steer a motivated buyer like me to a Buy Now button in less than 30 minutes, then what hope is there for smaller, less experienced retail sites? —Michelle Slatalla, New York Times, 8 Mar. 2001
His expertise on defense will help the team.
her expertise in legal matters
Recent Examples of expertise from the Web
Bayer said the goal of the merger was to double its business and spur innovation, drawing from the expertise of both companies.
As the world economy shifts from making goods to selling services, auditing is becoming more complicated: scale and the multidisciplinary expertise of large firms count for more.
His refusal to utilize the expertise of career diplomats in the State Department before embarrassing our country is terrifying.
So this offers opportunities for local sourcing and the expertise of the nearby mushroom farms and growers.
Cary argued that the FBI's fuzzy aerial video proves nothing and that the government is using a faulty synchronization of videos created by someone who lacks expertise.
The advisory group relied on technical expertise of several building professionals, including Richard Steiger, Orange County facilities manager.
Emmett Deputy Fire Chief Mike Giery consulted the Region III Hazmat team stationed in Caldwell, and a decision was made to tap the expertise of the Idaho National Guard's 101st Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Support Team.
As the equipment becomes cheaper and the expertise in gene-editing techniques, mostly Crispr-Cas9, more widely shared, citizen-scientists are attempting to reengineer DNA in surprising ways.
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: special skill or knowledge : the skill or knowledge an expert has
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