skill

  1. an ability that has been acquired by training
  2. ability to produce solutions in some problem domain

skill

[n] - an ability that has been acquired by training 2. [n] - ability to produce solutions in some problem domain
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Skill

• (n.) The familiar knowledge of any art or science, united with readiness and dexterity in execution or performance, or in the application of the art or science to practical purposes; power to discern and execute; ability to perceive and perform; expertness; aptitude; as, the skill of a mathematician, physician, surgeon, mechanic, etc. •...
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skill

acquirement noun an ability that has been acquired by training
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skill

noun ability to produce solutions in some problem domain; `the skill of a well-trained boxer`; `the sweet science of pugilism`
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Skill

[labor] Skill is a measure of the amount of worker`s expertise, specialization, wages, and supervisory capacity. Skilled workers are generally more trained, higher paid, and have more responsibilities than unskilled workers. Skilled workers have long had historical import (see Division of labor) as masons, carpenters, blacksmiths, bakers, b...
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Skill

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Skill

Skill intransitive verb 1. To be knowing; to have understanding; to be dexterous in performance. [ Obsolete] « I can not skill of these thy ways.» Herbert. 2. To make a difference; to signify; to matter; -- used impersonally. Spenser. « What
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Skill

Skill noun [ Icelandic skil a distinction, discernment; akin to skilja to separate, divide, distinguish, Swedish skilja ,. skille to separate, skiel reason, right, justice, Swedish skäl reason, Lithuanian skelli to cleave. Confer Shell , S...
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Skill

Skill transitive verb To know; to understand. [ Obsolete] « To skill the arts of expressing our mind.» Barrow.
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skill

1. Discrimination; judgment; propriety; reason; cause. 'As it was skill and right.' . 'For great skill is, he prove that he wrought.' (Chaucer) [For with good reason he should test what he created. ... 2. Knowledge; understanding. 'That by his fellowship he colour might< oth his estate and love from skill of any wight.' (Spenser) 'Nor want we sk...
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Skill

Ability to perform a mental or motor activity that contributes to the effective performance of a job
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skill

ability, talent
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Skill

Alternative term for a move
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skill

an ability that has been acquired by training
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Skill

An ability, usually learned, to perform actions.
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skill

distreza, habilidad
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skill

In regular English usage means 'proficiency'. Sometimes used in economics papers to represent the experience and formal education. (Ed.: in this editor's opinion that is a dangerously misleading use of the term; it invites errors of thought and understanding.) Contexts: labor
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Skill

Skill is a British slang expression of admiration, appreciation, approval.
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Skill

The abilities acquired by workers through education, training, and experience that permit them to be more productive. Essentially the same as human capital.
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Skill

The ability to accurately forecast returns. We measure skill using the information coefficient.
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Skill

The use or demonstration of skills by the student.
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Skill

The USS Skill was an American Auk Class minesweeper of 890 tons displacement launched and lost during the Second World War. The USS Skill was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 18 knots and carried a complement of 105. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and two 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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skill

User or player agency. There are five core categories of skill. Dexterity, knowledge, adaptation, reflex, and timing. These are known as the DKART skills. Team skill is another core type of skill that only applies to team based multiplayer (and perhaps free-for-all) situations.
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