Translation of specialize in Spanish:


especializarse, v.

Pronunciation: /ˈspɛʃ(ə)lʌɪz//ˈspɛʃəˌlaɪz/

intransitive verb

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    to specialize in sth especializarse en algo
    • I'm not planning to specialize in that area of work.
    • You can't specialize in formal wear.
    • You can specialize in computer skills.
    • There are many restaurants that specialize in various dog meat dishes around the country.
    • They specialize in unique events that incorporate installation performance.
    • They specialize in quality Canadian brands.
    • Men frequently specialize in agriculture-related subjects.
    • We specialize in marine and coastal subjects because that's what we know and love.
    • The band specialize in the re-invigorated, lush end of the down-tempo spectrum.
    • The privileged country should have its workers specialize in their comparative advantage.
    • There are hospitals that specialize in just treating Alzheimer's patients.
    • Etty was the only English painter to specialize in nude subjects.
    • They specialize in templates that have the least amount of images possible.
    • These are people who specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of all forms of arthritis.
    • The more you spread out your skills the more difficult it will be to specialize in any one thing.
    • The other team members have a number of skills they specialize in.
    • Students who chose to specialize in this subject after their preliminary course were not obliged to acquire any craft skill.
    • Sport psychologists specialize in the use of mental skills.
    • We learned from the Internet that you specialize in mirrors.
    • Are there academic programs that specialize in typeface design.