In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1experto masculineexperta femininea scientific/medical/financial expert — un experto en ciencia/medicina/finanzas
- expert at sth/-ing — experto en algo/+ inf
- expert on/in sth — experto en algo
- he's an expert on the subject — es un experto / un perito en la materia
- ask him, he's the expert — pregúntale a él que es el experto
- I'm no expert — no soy ningún experto
- Memory experts use visual mnemonics as a way of remembering lists of information.
- Many of us attend post-budget breakfasts where we hear what the experts have to say.
- Industry experts believe the pain is likely to continue at least until the middle of this year.
- Unless you are comfortable laying decks or paving, it's best to get the experts in.
- From the way they had cut the paintings from their frames, it was clear they were not art experts.
- They can get advice on a range of business subjects and can test their knowledge with the experts.
- He'd come home and tell us about talks they'd had at school from the police and other experts.
- We asked the experts for tips on how to get a good deal on a buy-to-let mortgage.
- He was widely regarded by colleagues as one of the leading experts in his field.
- Many experts who do not expect a crash think that house prices will stagnate for several years.
- The street was cordoned off and forensic experts combed the area and the club for evidence.
- Even experts do not agree on how best to use your vote to influence parliament.
- Some experts advise the use of wax or some other tacky substance to hold the dubbing in place.
- Bleaching your teeth, say dental experts, causes as much damage as a can of fizzy drink.
- Fire experts are still trying to establish the cause of a blaze in which a man died.
- Army bomb disposal experts spent several hours examining the scene of the attack.
- No timescale has been set and the artist will be chosen in consultation with a panel of experts.
- In every area of life the experts are ready to smooth our path and tell us what to believe.
- With experts predicting further rises, we show you how to cut your fuel bills this winter.
- Buying rural property is a complex business that requires the help of genuine experts.
1(professional/person) expertoLaw (evidence) pericialLaw (evidence) de peritosyou'd better seek expert advice — te conviene asesorarte con un experto
- expert knowledge — conocimientos de experto
- she's an expert gardener — es una experta jardinera
- expert at sth/-ing — experto en algo/+ inf
- All you need to do is take your skis into the shop and get some expert advice on the type you need.
- None of this is to deny the importance of forward planning based on expert knowledge.
- He will provide expert analysis on the fourth and fifth test matches.
- If you are actually going to court, you will need the expert advice only a solicitor who knows your case can give.
- It is a perfect book for beginners but will remain valuable for those that pursue the study to expert level.
- Panels of expert judges have been shown to be reliable for setting standards.
- Many who do get jobs go into coaching and providing expert advice to elite sports athletes.
- It may well be that in such a case, it would be necessary to get some form of expert evidence about it.
- Was it not rather his expert opinion that had to be treated with caution?
- It was a source of delighted surprise to his friends to discover his expert knowledge of food and wines.
- We're quite expert at it, so the complaining shrieks and wails she utters are nothing to do with pain.
- There will need to be provision for witness statements and for expert evidence.
- As if he hadn't heard her, he continued to steer the car, maneuvering it with expert skill.
- Most of the day was spent learning new skills under the guidance of expert teachers.
- We should listen to expert advice, but to slavishly follow it on every occasion defies logic.
- So why does the idea of expert patients provoke such antipathy within the medical profession?
- My task was to take him for a spin and let him cast his expert eye over my driving skills… or lack of them.
- Their expert advice has meant the difference between a birdie or a bogey for countless golfers.
- Just how expert they are seems never to be questioned or justified except here maybe.
- He was however an ardent and expert fisherman, and tended to haunt waters more suitable to that end.
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