expertise

1 [ek-sper-teez]

Origin:
1865–70; < French: survey, report (made by experts); -ise taken as an abstract noun suffix. See expert, -ise2

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expertise

2 [ek-sper-tahyz]
verb (used with object), verb (used without object), expertised, expertising. Chiefly British.
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expertise (ˌɛkspɜːˈtiːz)
 
n
special skill, knowledge, or judgment; expertness
 
[C19: from French: expert skill, from expert]

expertize or expertise (ˈɛkspɜːˌtaɪz)
 
vb
(US) to act as an expert or give an expert opinion (on)
 
expertise or expertise
 
vb

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expertise
1868, from Fr. expertise (16c.) "expert appraisal, expert's report;" see expert.
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Example sentences
The knowledge, expertise, and skills that you gain early on will form the
  foundation for your later investigations.
My expertise is all about ambushing and harrasing the opponent.
They invite me to appear at conferences to share my expertise.
This is a demanding position where you will make significant use of your
  scientific expertise.
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