The familiar knowledge of any art or science, united with readiness and dexterity in execution or performance, or in the application of the art or science to practical purposes; power to discern and execute; ability to perceive and perform; expertness; aptitude; as, the skill of a mathematician, physician, surgeon, mechanic, etc.
Display of art; exercise of ability; contrivance; address.
To be knowing; to have understanding; to be dexterous in performance.
an individual's behavioural demonstration of proficiency or expertise - the ability to do something well. Examples are: interviewing effectively; selecting the best job applicant; assigning work clearly and effectively.
A sensory-motor proficiency, facility, or dexterity acquired through training or experience.
Part of a characters knowledge or abilities. The differences between characters are largely shown in their skills.
An ability and competence learned by practice. [D01847] PMK87
The abilities acquired by workers through education, training, and experience that permit them to be more productive. Essentially the same as human capital.
expertise based on training or practice. (Drawing Lesson 5)
An ability to perform an action or group of actions.
An ability of a character. This ability requires no mana to be used. Skills are very similar to spells, but are, for the most part, non-magical. See also: spells.
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ability; when you can do something quite well - you can learn psychic skills to better your life
An ability or a capability that can be acquired and improved with experience, practice, and training. Many skills are transferable; that is, they can be transferred from one situation or task to another.
the learned ability to choose and perform the right techniques at the right time, effectively and consistently within a competitive game or activity.
A term that encompasses all abilities, i.e., spells, enchantments, rings, signets.
The ability to accurately forecast returns. We measure skill using the information coefficient.
An ability that can be attained by a person through training or on-the-job experience. Skills can be grouped together to define a competency. A skill may have certifications related to it.
An expertise that is developed through training or practice and refers to the ability of people to use knowledge effectively and readily in performance and to transform knowledge into action.
A learned, practical application of a field.
The ability to do something in-game. Characters may have skills that the player does not. Characters may only do things they have the skill for. If your character does not have the "Pick Lock" skill, your character CANNOT open any locked chest or door.
ability to produce solutions in some problem domain; "the skill of a well-trained boxer"; "the sweet science of pugilism"
a concrete ability that can be objectively demonstrated
a learned ability to do something well
a learned competence
a learned form of behaviour and it is achieved through purposeful and methodical training
a learned or acquired ability
a mundane ability, that lets a character do something
an ability or inner power to communicate, solve problems, and provide solutions or results
an ability that a character gains when his or her attributes get to a certain level
an ability to do something with ease and accuracy
an ability to perform an activity in a competent manner
an ability, while a value is a belief
an acquired ability, one that a character learns
a natural ability to do and learn something
a non-magical ability
a race- or class-specific ability that is based on the player's abilities, not the chassis
a talent that a character acquires and improves through training
the ability to accurately forecast returns and is measured using the information coefficient
an elementary action requiring manual or verbal dexterity that is necessary for performing a compound or complex set of actions in order to accomplish a particular task; the ability to do something well arising from training or practice; "know how."
an ability, learned through experience and practice, to carryout a given procedure without having to pay attention, i.e. what a person has learned to do without thinking through the steps involved.
your ability to do something as a result of your knowledge, training, or practice.
A present, observable competence of a candidate to perform a learned act with ease and precision.
1. Proficiency, ability, or dexterity; expertness. 2. An art, trade, or technique. The aim of LIFECRAFT is skillful living.
An ability to perform a particular mental or physical ability which may be developed by training or practice (Knight and Nestor, 2000).
The ability to perform a task or activity consistently over a period of time. The expertise required for a particular task or occupation which may include manual dexterity and/or mental aptitude.
An observable competence to perform a learned psychomotor act.
A form of intimacy: knowledge learned through detailed and repeated experience.
Knowing a language consists of several areas, such as reading, writing, listening and speaking. These are called skills. Knowledge of grammar and vocabulary can also be practised separately and often appear on lists of skills, even if they are incorporated in the other skills. Pronunciation and spelling can also be seen as separate skills within the areas of speaking and writing. Sociocultural and functional skills refer to the ability to use a language in a culturally and socially appropriate way.
The ability to perform a psychomotor activity that contributes to the effective performance of a task.
The range of activities/abilities an employee must be able to apply to perform a task well.
A characterâ€™s learned abilities, aptitudes, and areas of knowledge.
A specific competency that a student is expected to master within a benchmark of a curriculum standard
3-5 to Dexterity
Designated competency of an agent in a given area. Enables agents to handle calls associated with their expertise.
an attribute a worker has to complete a work task. Multi-skilling - to learn skills that allow a worker to perform a broader range of duties than those that are technically included in one occupational description. Upskilling - to study or train to increase one's level of skills.
an ability that has been acquired by training.
The ability to perform tasks with a specific degree of proficiency; or a specific defined behaviour or piece of work assigned to, or expected of, someone in a specified trade or occupation. Also frequently referred to as a task.
Something you learn and are good at; the ability to do something consistently well. Skills can be developed and improved. Skills can be gained through education, work or life experience. Being skilled at something can also depend on personal qualities; for example, being a practical person as opposed to a creative person.
The ability, coming from one's knowledge, practice, aptitude, etc., to do something well. (See Knowledge)
Ability to perform a mental or motor activity that contributes to the effective performance of a job task.
An ability to perform a particular mental or physical activity that may be developed by training or practice. See also Basic skill and Generic skill.
A skill is an ability, usually learned and acquired through training, to perform actions which achieve desired outcome.