In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(as livelihood)(act/sing) profesionalmenteprofessionally trained in medicine and psychology — titulado en medicina y psicología
2(during, related to one's work)I admire him professionally — lo admiro como profesional
- I am known professionally by my maiden name — en el ámbito profesional se me conoce con el nombre de soltera
3(by qualified person)we had the job done professionally — hicimos / mandamos hacer el trabajo por un experto (or por un pintor, albañil etc.)
4(in a professional way)(work/act) con profesionalidadyou didn't behave very professionally — no actuaste como un profesional íntegro
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