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  • EN [ prəˈfeʃənl]
  • US [ prəˈfeʃənl]

English definition


  • 1. a person engaged in one of the learned professions

  • 2. an athlete who plays for pay

  • 3. an authority qualified to teach apprentices


  • 1. engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or means of livelihood;

    • "the professional man or woman possesses distinctive qualifications"
    • "began her professional career after the Olympics"
    • "professional theater"
    • "professional football"
    • "a professional cook"
    • "professional actors and athletes"
  • 2. of or relating to or suitable as a profession;

    • "professional organizations"
    • "a professional field such as law"
  • 3. characteristic of or befitting a profession or one engaged in a profession;

    • "professional conduct"
    • "professional ethics"
    • "a thoroughly professional performance"
  • 4. of or relating to a profession;

    • "we need professional advice"
    • "professional training"
    • "professional equipment for his new office"
  • 5. engaged in by members of a profession;

    • "professional occupations include medicine and the law and teaching"

Example sentences

  • He is over the hill as a professional athlete.

  • The arson is professional.

  • To improve one's professional skill has now become a common practice.

  • Less formally educated people can acquire professional competence.

  • The burglary had all the hallmarks of a professional job.

  • They were professional killers who did in John.

  • Being a professional actor of necessity means working nights and Sundays.

  • He is a professional tennis player.

  • I like to be a professional singer, but I don't think I have a good enough voice.

  • He was once a professional grass.

  • This is an article that takes the lid off the world of professional gambling.

  • We shall have to bring in professional advisers to help us to cost out this job.

  • You had better get professional advice before buying stocks.

  • Do you belong to any professional or trade associations?

  • He has that je ne sais quoi that distinguishes a professional from an amateur.

  • an opportunity for professional development

  • He is one of this country's top professional sportsmen.

  • Gil says that women can't keep secrets. That's rich, coming from him, the professional sneak.

  • I've always kept my private and professional life separate.

  • We are a professional outfit and we do require payment for our services.

  • He had never been knocked out in a professional fight.

  • They were charged with failing to have professional indemnity cover.

  • The major factor in the decision to stay or to leave was usually professional.

  • I know of no professional person who has ever sat on a jury.

  • In addition, the respondent disclosed professional confidences to one of the patients.

  • He pocketed more money from this tournament than in his entire three years as a professional.


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