Translation of specialized in Spanish:

specialized

especializado, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈspɛʃəˌlaɪzd//ˈspɛʃ(ə)lʌɪzd/

adjective

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    especializado
    specialized knowledge conocimientos especializados masculine
    • The company employs 30 people, many with specialised skills.
    • There were no college courses offering specialized training in information security.
    • Most of these tasks may require weeks of training to develop the specialized skills required.
    • Readers might have relied upon her specialised knowledge and the fact that she held herself out as an anthropologist.
    • This law favored immigrants with post-secondary education, technical training, and specialized skills.
    • For these jobs, specialized abilities and training are required.
    • Supercomputing experts need a mix of specialized knowledge in the applications with which they work and in the various supercomputing technologies.
    • The company has been recruiting individuals with specialized knowledge of vertical sectors.
    • We will be taking on somebody who can provide the specialised services required by mature students.
    • After primary teaching training she completed specialised training as a teacher of the deaf.
    • Six years of secondary school can lead either to university education or specialized training.
    • The school is the place where one teaches the knowledge, skills, and specialized competencies required to find a good job and be successful.
    • The book is densely argued and requires more specialized expertise than a general reader is likely to have.
    • Basic awareness training should be supplemented by more specialised training directly related to the function of the employee.
    • Because of the extensive specialized knowledge required, most individuals will retain the services of an arborist.
    • The standard will never be the same as that provided by a professional mechanic, with their specialised knowledge and experience.
    • The work required highly specialized skills in design.
    • In spite of its unskilled nature, sawing did require specialized skills.
    • His specialized knowledge is the Irish language.
    • The company has increased its staff by 25 per cent and opened a specialised training division.