- adj. 熟练的；内行的；老练的
- n. 专家；行家；能手
- vt. 当专家；在…中当行家
- n. (Expert)人名；(法)埃克斯佩
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ex-, 向外。-per, 尝试，试验，词源同peril, empiricism. -t,过去分词后缀。即经历过多次的人。
- expert (adj.)
- late 14c., "having had experience; skillful," from Old French expert, espert "experienced, practiced, skilled" and directly from Latin expertus (contracted from *experitus), "tried, proved, known by experience," past participle of experiri "to try, test" (see experience). The adjective tends to be accented on the second syllable, the noun on the first. Related: Expertly; expertness.
- expert (n.)
- early 15c., "person wise through experience," from expert (adj.). The word reappeared 1825 in the legal sense, "person who, by virtue of special acquired knowledge or experience on a subject, presumably not within the knowledge of men generally, may testify in a court of justice to matters of opinion thereon, as distinguished from ordinary witnesses, who can in general testify only to facts" [Century Dictionary].
- 1. You'll also get expert advice on keeping your hair in good condition.
- 2. I'm a limited and obtuse clergyman while you're the expert.
- 3. His papers were proof against all but the most expert of scrutinies.
- 4. There is a great deal to learn from Hal's expert approach.
- 5. I'm no expert, but I don't think Tracy died a natural death.
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