Meaning of expertly in English:

expertly

Pronunciation /ˈɛkspəːtli/

Translate expertly into Spanish

adverb

  • In a highly skilful or knowledgeable manner.

    ‘Dylan sings and dances expertly’
    • ‘this is a tight, expertly crafted movie’
    • ‘This is an expertly crafted work, which succeeds at being thrilling as well as intellectually satisfying.’
    • ‘The music was expertly played, with conductor and orchestra bringing out the score's raw vitality and pathos.’
    • ‘The tempura was expertly executed and a really tasty starter.’
    • ‘Ciaran's mum watched in astonishment as her son expertly handled his kart.’
    • ‘The mothers will then be expertly guided through the basics of how to wash, feed and clothe their child.’
    • ‘Umberto's strained circumstances are captured expertly by De Sica's direction - you can practically touch the peeling paint on the walls of his rooms.’
    • ‘They worked quickly and expertly, holding their breaths for incredible lengths of time as they wrestled with the billowing nets deep below the surface.’
    • ‘A restored work, no matter how expertly done, can never have the same intrinsic value as a well-preserved one.’
    • ‘Expertly scaled, the architecture balances intimacy with grandeur.’
    • ‘Expertly, he climbed over the many obstacles lying in his way and he soon reached the end of it.’