Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Specialty"

The meaning of "Specialty" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does specialties mean?
A: Its like expertise something you are an expert and very familiar
Q: What does specialty mean?
A: Depends on the situation.
Maybe for work?
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He is in the military, but he specializes in computer engineering.

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For example, if you are good at cooking but you are best at making desserts then "I love cooking, but baking cakes are my specialty"
Q: What does How do you want to improve your specialty? mean?
A: The doctor's speciality is broken bones. How do you want to become a better bone doctor?

Example sentences using "Specialty"

Q: Please show me example sentences with specialty.
A: Today's specialty is the pasta.

I'm great at cheering people up, it's my specialty.
Q: Please show me example sentences with specialty.
A: what is your specialty for today?
Our specialty today is a vegetable salad. 😂

Q: Please show me example sentences with specialty .
A: 1) My specialty is photography

2) I have a specialty in English

Specialty means very good. Like your specialty would be a job. If someone was talking about languages to you, you'd say "Japanese is my specialty."

Synonyms of "Specialty" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between specialty and speciality ?
A: Pretty sure they mean there same thing but one way is US the other is UK (not sure which)


Noun

The doctor’s speciality is ear nose and throat.

Coq au vin is my specialty.

Adjective

There are lots of speciality stores at the mall.

Our specialty fries have a secret seasoning.
Q: What is the difference between specialty and speciality ?
A: There is really no difference in the meaning: Both mean a skill, trait, or quality that a person has devoted a lot of time and studies towards. Specialty is used in US language more often. Ex. Cooking is my specialty.
Speciality is used in UK language or even in text books more often.
EX: The doctors speciality is in women's healthcare.
I hope this helps, it is a tricky one ☺️
Q: What is the difference between specialty and speciality ?
A: The difference is where you come from. 'Specialty' is American and 'speciality' is British

Translations of "Specialty"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? What is your favorite scientific specialty?
A: What is your favorite branch of science?

Other questions about "Specialty"

Q: She has two specialties. They are playing the piano and cooking.
Does this sound natural?
A: × They are playing the piano and cooking.
✓ She is playing piano and cooking.

Q: What local specialty would you recommend I eat in this city? Does this sound natural?
A: × What local specialty would you recommend I eat in this city?
✓ What local dish would you recommend I eat in this city?

Speciality sounds a bit too “special”, dish is the more common word
Q: Off-Trade is further sub-segmented into supermarkets/hypermarkets, specialty stores, online channels, and other distribution channels. On the basis of geography, the market covers topline numbers for the value of major countries of the regions North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa, and South America.

Q. What does it mean by "topline numbers for the value of major countries"?
A: 'Topline' refers to gross sales/revenue of a company. I'm not sure about the context of this paragraph bit I think it's about some sort of forecasts for a product. Here, they are talking about a product and how it has been segmented on various basis.
On the basis of geography, the market covers the gross sales in all the major countries.
I'm not sure if I explained it well but the gist is that "topline numbers for the value of major countries" means the gross sales of the product being talked about in major countries.
Q: I would like you to correct this to more natural English please.
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A specialty of this ramen shop is fresh water clams ramen. However, ramen shops that offers fresh water clams ramen are very few in Japan.

This shop use more clams and larger clams than other ramen shops' ones.
So, it tastes thick clam soup, but the salt soup is smooth and tasty.

Toppings are simply only clams and chopped green onion.
I think people go there for the purpose of enjoy this soup of fresh water clams.
Especially, this shop is popular with people who get drunk for sobering up.
I couldn't believe to see some customers left a lot of soup after eating noodles and clams.

If you love ramen, this shop's fresh water clams ramen is worth trying. Does this sound natural?
A: A specialty of this ramen shop is Freshwater Clam Ramen. However, there are very few ramen shops in Japan that offer Freshwater Clam Ramen.

This shop uses larger and more clams than other ramen shops. So, it tastes like a thicker clam soup, but the salt soup is also smooth and tasty.

Toppings are simply comprised of only clams and chopped green onions.
I think people go there for the purpose of enjoying this soup made with freshwater clams.
This shop is also especially popular with people sobering up from too much drinking.
I couldn’y believe it when I would see customers leave alot of soup after eating all the noodles and clams.

If you love ramen, this shop’s Freshwater Clam Ramen is worth trying.
Q: A specialty of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), five kinds of tea: Uva, Dimbla, Nuwara Elliya, Kandy, Ruhuna are called "Ceylon five kinds". Does this sound natural?
A: なるほど。

I read this interesting blog: http://srilankanavi.com/blogs/40

In England I haven't heard "Ceylon five kinds" and I can find no reference to it. So I would say 「セイロンファイブカインズ (Ceylon Five Kinds)」because this is what they are called in Japan.

"A specialty of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), is its five kinds of tea: Uva, Dimbla, Nuwara Elliya, Kandy, and Ruhuna. These are called 「セイロンファイブカインズ (Ceylon Five Kinds)」."

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