expertise collocations and examples

 UK /ˌekspə(r)ˈtiːz/

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skill or knowledge obtained from long experience


Adjectives frequently used with expertise
great: considerable, extensive, in-depth, unparalleled, unrivalled, wide-rangingOur unparalleled expertise in competitive energy markets gives us an outstanding foundation for expansion overseas.of a particular type: clinical, culinary, professional, scientific, technical, technologicalOur ‘in-house’ engineering services teams include engineers who have a wide range of experience and technical expertise.
Verbs frequently used with expertise
use expertise: access, bring to bear, call on, contribute, draw on, lend, offer, pool, provide, share, utiliseWe were very lucky to have someone of his calibre who was able and willing to lend his expertise.have expertise: demonstrate, possessOverall, the team possesses expertise in several key fields.get expertise: accumulate, acquire, develop, gainYou will then be given the chance to develop expertise and knowledge through on-the-job training.not have expertise: lackCompanies often lack the expertise to create a really successful website.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with expertise
other forms of ability: advice, experience, know-how, knowledge, professionalism, talentThere is no greater concentration of talent, expertise and resources in the field of Scottish studies anywhere in the world.other things needed: equipment, resources, technologyTests that require special equipment and expertise may be done in a different laboratory.
 
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