In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(chef/secretary) con experiencia(driver) experimentadohe ran an experienced eye over the horse — miró el caballo con ojo experto
- you're not experienced enough for this job — no tienes experiencia suficiente para este trabajo
- experienced in sth — con experiencia en algo
- they're looking for people experienced in selling — están buscando gente con experiencia en ventas
- The most experienced authors in the field have come across quite a number of children who appear to grow out of autism.
- This means that both novices and experienced practitioners can be assessed.
- It is also an affirmation of his skills as an experienced organiser and motivator.
- So why should the ordinary person not need an experienced professional to look after their investments?
- It is measured objectively by the care to be expected of an experienced, skilled and careful driver.
- Zoe enjoys horse riding and has two horses, one of which is an experienced competitor in eventing.
- It has also taken on an experienced works manager and acquired two small suppliers of key components.
- The fact is that it is a complicated case that needs the service of experienced health staff.
- Invariably, when accompanied by experienced divers, I am wearing more lead than they are.
- Participants were recruited in their practice or at home by an experienced nurse or dietician.
- We will keep all of them on and set out to surround them with more experienced players next season.
- Then, with the skill of an experienced orator, he lowers his voice and leans across the table.
- I am also sure that this publication will aid its more experienced readers to reflect on their practice.
- The manager says he still needs three players - an experienced midfielder and two strikers.
- He was a competent experienced man with unusual gifts of conciliation and tact.
- Ron's obsession with bagatelle could only come from an experienced practitioner of the old game.
- An experienced guide will accompany the trip to commentate on specific battles.
- He is also an experienced competitor on this stage, suggesting he would be tough to overcome.
- Firstly, she gave a very full account in long interviews with experienced police officers.
- In the immediate aftermath just the sound of a train left the experienced driver in despair.
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