Adept ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Adept ( adjective )

  1. Very skilled or proficient at something.
  2. Having or showing a natural ability or skill.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french adepte, from latin adeptus, perfect passive participle of adipisci ("to attain, reach"), from ad- ("to") + apisci ("to reach, attai.n")

Examples:

  1. She is adept at playing the piano.
  2. He is an adept negotiator and was able to resolve the dispute.
  3. The company has an adept team of programmers.
  4. She is adept at juggling multiple tasks at once.
  5. He is adept at public speaking.

(As a noun)

Adept ( noun )

  1. Very skilled or proficient at something.
  2. Having or showing a natural ability or skill.

Origin:

From middle english, from old french adepte, from latin adeptus, perfect passive participle of adipisci ("to attain, reach"), from ad- ("to") + apisci ("to reach, attai.n")

Examples:

  1. She is adept at playing the piano.
  2. He is an adept negotiator and was able to resolve the dispute.
  3. The company has an adept team of programmers.
  4. She is adept at juggling multiple tasks at once.
  5. He is adept at public speaking.
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