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'.
Example: The
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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

  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

[disambiguation] A professional is someone who is skilled in a profession. Professional or professionals may also refer to: ==Music== ==Sport== ...
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Professional

A professional is a member of a profession. The term also describes the standards of education and training that prepare members of the profession with the particular knowledge and skills necessary to perform the role of that profession. In addition, most professionals are subject to strict codes of conduct enshrining rigorous ethical and moral ob
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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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