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

The meaning of "Expert" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does "the expert on their requirements" mean?
A: @kcnnguyen I apologize for my late thanks.
Thank you so much. I understand.
Q: What does Ask experts if you are not sure or read on the subject? mean?
A: it means you know a lot about a certain subject. it implies that you would need to read a lot of information to understand everything that’s going on
Q: What does expert mean?
A: having or showing special skill or knowledge because of what you have been taught or what you have experienced
Q: What does According to experts the ash does represent a real danger to aircraft mean?
A: @Fki: It means that ash can be very dangerous to an aircraft in terms of its flying mechanisms. The aircraft can malfunction in the presence of ash.

Example sentences using "Expert"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I’m not expert.
I’m not an expert
Which one is correct?or both is ok?.
A: I’m not an expert is correct
Example: I play the piano, but i’m not an expert at it.
Q: Please show me example sentences with expert.
A: “I want my teachers to be experts in their field so I can trust them.”

“I want an expert to tell me how to pronounce this word so I know it’s correct.”

“I love listening to experts talk about what they know.”

“I need a computer expert to fix my computer.”

“I not an expert at playing football but I like playing on the weekends.”

“You don’t need to be an expert to enjoy sports.”

Synonyms of "Expert" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between expert and expertise ?
A: An expert is a person.
Expertise is an advanced level of knowledge on a certain subject.

An expert has expertise.
Q: What is the difference between as you seem to be such an expert, I can ask you lots of questions and since you seem to be such an expert, I can ask you lots of questions. ?
A: They mean the same!
Q: What is the difference between expert and professional ?
A: An expert is someone who is extremely knowledgeable in a particular field, business, or study. Whereas, a professional is someone who belongs to a profession.
Q: What is the difference between experts and specialists ?
A: @Sierra-: Experts are people who know about many topics and specialists are more focused on one thing
Q: What is the difference between expert and specialist ?
A: An expert is someone who is very good at something. E.g. "He is an expert in mathematics."

A specialist is someone who concentrates/focuses on only one (or maybe two) things (such as subjects or skills) and is very good at it/an expert in it. They are good at it mostly because they have specialised in it. E.g. When you study at university, you might specialise in one subject so that you become an expert in it. Another example is when doctors specialise in a certain field such as psychology, gynaecology etc. This makes them as expert in that field. I hope that made sense.

Translations of "Expert"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Why do you think the experts in the passage have warned of the growing complexity of online security? Is it better to be simpler??

A: The complexity the passage is referring to is the complexity of making devices secure. They are saying it is becoming more and more difficult to provide security.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Though they're not an expert, Why is there people who wants to answer a question?
A: Why are there people who answer questions even when they are not an expert on the topic.
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? once-as a child-you were an expert,

why use "-" ?
Is it accent ?
A: 아니요 , “-“ 자주 사용되지 않음 , 음성 중단에 사용됩니다.
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? expert comptable
A: Accountant or certified public accountant or chartered accountant or charted account :)
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? experts
A: Experts is correct :)
EG: I'm an expert at teaching English since i have a teaching degree.

Hope this helps :)

Other questions about "Expert"

Q: Some experts argue that as for children, learning a foreign language in primary school is better than secondary school. In my opinion, while I accept that children in secondary school are more able to acquire systematic studies,I agree with experts viewpoint. does this sound natural?
A: Some experts argue that as for children, learning a foreign language in primary school is better than in the secondary school. In my opinion, while I accept that children in secondary school are more able to carry on systematic studies, I agree with the experts' viewpoint.
Q: I'm not an expert in Korean grammar, though Korean is my mother tongue. does this sound natural?
A: I'm not an expert in Korean grammar, although Korean is my mother tongue. does this sound natural? WELL DONE!
Q: Some experts say the number of theft of personal information will not decrease but increase. does this sound natural?
A: Some experts say that the number of *personal information thefts* will...
Q: you are an expert at history
you are a mad at shopping
you are an expert at fishing
you are an expert at english

are they natural?
A: Sentence 1, sentence 3 and sentence 4 are natural. I'm not sure what you're trying to say in sentence 2 though.

If you could rephrase it I could help answer any other questions you might have.
Q: The expert dispatch plan does this sound natural?
A: If that is the case, I would leave out "expert." Having expert in there can make it confusing/ambiguous. You cannot tell, with certainty, whether the plan is a plan to dispatch experts, or *the best* plan for dispatching anything. (This was my point in my first message)

Simply calling it "The Dispatch Plan" should be fine. Even without the "The" would be good. I am guessing this is a document or procedure for your company. If that is true, then titling it "Dispatch Plan" should be all you need.

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