Proficient

Pro·fi'cient noun [ Latin proficiens , -entis , present participle of proficere to go forward, make progress; pro forward + facere to make. See Fact , and confer Profit , ] One who has made considerable advances in any business, art, science, or branc...
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Proficient

Pro·fi'cient adjective Well advanced in any branch of knowledge or skill; possessed of considerable acquirements; well-skilled; versed; adept,
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proficient

One who has made considerable advances in any business, art, science, or branch of learning; an expert; an adept; as, proficient in a trade; a proficient in mathematics, music, etc. ... Origin: L. Proficiens, -entis, p. Pr. Of proficere to go forward, make progress; pro forward + facere = to make. See Fact, and cf. Profit, . ... Source: Websters Di...
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Proficient

• (a.) Well advanced in any branch of knowledge or skill; possessed of considerable acquirements; well-skilled; versed; adept, • (n.) One who has made considerable advances in any business, art, science, or branch of learning; an expert; an adept; as, proficient in a trade; a proficient in mathematics, music, etc.Proficient: words in the ...
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