professional

[Adjective] Used to describe a competent person, someone who is very good at their job and does it seriously. Professional also describes someone who does a job for money, rather than as a hobby. Professional is often used to talk about people who work as lawyers, teachers and doctors - these jobs are known as 'professions'.
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professional

[adj] - of or relating to or suitable as a profession 2. [adj] - of or relating to a profession 3. [adj] - engaged in by members of a profession 4. [adj] - characteristic of or befitting a profession or one engaged in a profession 5. [adj] - engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or means of livelihood 6. [n]
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Professional

A person who is a member of a recognised profession, such as a doctor or solicitor. The definition of a professional can vary substantially from lender to lender with occupations such as banker being accepted as a profession by some but rejected by others. Many professions are disqualified from practising if they become bankrupt.
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professional

A person trained to do a special job in exchange for payment.
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Professional

Pro·fes'sion·al adjective 1. Of or pertaining to a profession, or calling; conforming to the rules or standards of a profession; following a profession; as, professional knowledge; professional conduct. 'Pride, not personal, but professional .' Macaulay. 'A pr
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Professional

Pro·fes'sion·al noun A person who prosecutes anything professionally, or for a livelihood, and not in the character of an amateur; a professional worker.
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professional

adjective engaged in by members of a profession; `professional occupations include medicine and the law and teaching`
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professional

adjective of or relating to a profession; `we need professional advice`; `professional training`; `professional equipment for his new office`
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professional

professional person noun a person engaged in one of the learned professions
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professional

noun an athlete who plays for pay
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professional

(pro-fesh´ә-nәl) pertaining to one's profession or occupation. one who is a specialist in a particular field or occupation.
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Professional

• (a.) Of or pertaining to a profession, or calling; conforming to the rules or standards of a profession; following a profession; as, professional knowledge; professional conduct. • (a.) Engaged in by professionals; as, a professional race; -- opposed to amateur. • (n.) A person who prosecutes anything professionally, or for a livel
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professional

professional 1. Engaged in an occupation as a paid job rather than as a hobby. 2. Showing a high degree of skill or competence.
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Professional

A professional is a person who is paid to undertake a specialised set of tasks and to complete them for a fee. The traditional professions were doctors, lawyers, clergymen and commissioned military officers. Today, the term is applied to , architects, accountants, educators, engineers, scientists, social workers and many more. The term is also use
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professional

  1. a person engaged in one of the learned professions
  2. an athlete who plays for pay
  3. an authority qualified to teach apprentices

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professional

professional, in athletics: see amateur.
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professional

A player who receives payment for teaching or playing in tournaments. Usually shortened to Pro.
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Professional

The definition varies among associations but most term professional the following activities of a person over eighteen being paid for riding, driving, or showing at halter; for training or boarding; for instructing; for conducting seminars or clinics; in some situations for being employed as a groom or farrier; for use of name or photo in connecti
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Professional

(appended to a font volume name) A discounted font volume.
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Professional

One who receives monetary remuneration for playing golf.
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Professional

a player who is engaged by a club under a professional contract and who is paid a wage by the club to focus on their sport in lieu of other employment.[218]
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Professional

a player who is engaged by a club under a professional contract and who is paid a wage by the club to focus on their sport in lieu of other employment.[219]
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Professional

A person who puts his personal feelings and needs aside to make sure that the job gets done.
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Professional

A person trained to do a special job in exchange for payment (wages).
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