Another word for proficient
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These adjectives mean having or showing knowledge, ability, or skill, as in a profession or field of study. Proficient implies an advanced degree of competence acquired through training: is proficient in Greek and Latin. Adept suggests a natural aptitude improved by practice: became adept at cutting the fabric without using a pattern. Skilled implies sound, thorough competence and often mastery, as in an art, craft, or trade: a skilled gymnast who won an Olympic medal. Skillful adds to skilled the idea of natural dexterity in performance or achievement: is skillful in the use of the hand loom. Expert applies to one with consummate skill and command: an expert violinist who played the sonata flawlessly.
Another word for proficientadjective
Having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill:adept, crack, expert, master, masterful, masterly, professional, skilled, skillful. (Slang) crackerjack. See ability
A person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field:ace, adept, authority, dab hand, expert, master, past master, professional, wizard. (Informal) whiz. (Slang) crackerjack. (Chiefly British) dab2. See ability