professional


professional
I (stellar) adjective admirable, businesslike, choice, commendable, excellent, exemplary, foremost, highest quality, illustrious, incomparable, laudable, model, paramount, praiseworthy, preeminent, prime, principal, sterling, superb, superior, unequaled, unexcelled, unrivaled, unsurpassed, well done II (trained) adjective able, adept, career, competent, established, experienced, expert, learned, proficient, qualified, skilled, skillful, specialized, trained, well-qualified associated concepts: professional capacity, professional corporation, professional ethics, professional misconduct, professional opinion, professional skill and judgment III noun accomplished practitioner, adept practitioner, adroit practitioner, authority, competent practitioner, experienced person, expert, master, practiced individual, practitioner, proficient practitioner, qualified practitioner, skilled practitioner, skilled technician, specialist, trained person associated concepts: professional opinion IV index ethical, expert (adjective), expert (noun), learned, practitioner, specialist, technical

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


professional
adj.
Relating to a profession.
n.
A practitioner of a profession.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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