studies intended to provide general knowledge and intellectual skills (rather than occupational or professional skills)
The definition of a skill is a talent or ability that comes from training or practice.
The art, theory, or structure of poems
The art or performing skill of producing baffling effects or illusions by sleight of hand, concealed apparatus, etc.
A disarming or seductive manner, device, or procedure:
Any trade, profession, or occupation
A branch or kind of business:
Sculpture is the art of making forms and figures in clay or other materials or a product of such an art.
A systematic method or body of knowledge in a given area:
Skill in this
A vocation or occupation requiring advanced education and training, and involving intellectual skills, as medicine, law, theology, engineering, teaching, etc.
(Archaic) A broader branch of (non-applied) science.
The system of principles underlying any art or science
The definition of learning is the process or experience of gaining knowledge or skill.
Inventive skill or imagination; cleverness.
The aggregate of past events.
(Mathematics, uncountable) the branch of mathematics dealing with spatial relationships
The definition of a genre is a category of art, music or literature.
Cunning; skill; artfulness; craft
The definition of a faculty is a power, ability or skill.
The skill, knowledge, judgment, etc. of an expert
(Music) The art of drawing music notation at high quality, see Engraving.
A special skill, art, or dexterity
The science of the universe in which the stars, planets, etc. are studied, including their origins, evolution, composition, motions, relative positions, sizes, etc.
Cleverness or ingenuity in making or doing something; art or skill:
Knowledge of or skill in this science
The science, art, or profession of designing and constructing buildings, bridges, etc.
A ready ability; skill; dexterity; fluency
The mind viewed as the locus or repository of this ability or these images:
Great technical skill or captivating personal style, especially as exhibited in the arts.
A natural talent or ability; aptitude; knack
Possession of consummate skill.
Talent is natural skill or ability or a person who has a natural skill or ability in something.
Skill or command in a particular activity:
Skill, expertness, or talent
The body of written works of a language, period, or culture.
The process, art, or occupation of coating surfaces with paint for a utilitarian or artistic effect.
An outstanding work of art or craft.
An original product of human invention or artistic imagination:
A product of the fine arts, especially a painting or sculpture.
Abstraction is defined as a work of art where the subject or theme is implied.
The act, process, art, or technique of describing or picturing in words
The purposeful or inventive arrangement of parts or details:
A picture, design, sketch, etc. thus made
Artistic representation of an abstract quality or idea as a person.
The definition of performance is how effective something or someone is at doing a good job.
The process of simulating.
A portrait; description; representation
(Philos.) In Platonism, the process wherein sensible objects imperfectly embody unchanging, immaterial models or archetypes
A picture, design, diagram, etc. used to decorate or explain something
Treacherous cunning; skillful deceit.
(Archaic) Work or occupation
Any business, profession, or occupation
The action or effect of an agency:
That which chiefly engages one's time; (one's) trade, profession, or business
One's trade, occupation, or field of interest:
The action of doing a task, duty, or piece of work
The thing at which one is employed; work; occupation; profession; job
One's progress through life or in one's work
An occupation, profession, or career.
A particular deficiency or absence:
A characteristic style of speech or writing:
A genre of modern music characterised by sampled beats, repetitive rhythms and few lyrics.
The art of painting; representation by painting.
The most important or exciting work or activity in a specific field or area:
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