Translation of professionalism in Spanish:


profesionalidad, n.

Pronunciation /prəˈfɛʃənlˌɪzəm/ /prəˈfɛʃ(ə)n(ə)lɪz(ə)m/

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  • 1

    (qualities of professional)
    profesionalidad feminine
    seriedad feminine
    • I think to question the professionalism of any player is a big thing.
    • I wanted to rant about the professionalism of its players and their evident love for the game.
    • It did so through innovative management and the professionalism of staff.
    • The look of your sign and posters reflects the professionalism of your business.
    • His personality, his professionalism and attitude gave Swedish players a good reputation here.
    • The program surprised with the quality of its stories and the professionalism of the production.
    • I was very impressed with the programmes that it ran, and with the professionalism of those involved.
    • He says plenty of people want to run down the professionalism and achievements of English teachers and pupils.
    • Keeping their patience is also part of the professionalism of police officers.
    • This is definitely a production worth seeing, not least due to the professionalism with which it is executed.
    • I pay unreserved tribute to the professionalism and dedication of our brave servicemen and women.
    • In all those times I have never had reason to complain about the professionalism and attitude of the staff.
  • 2

    profesionalismo masculine
    • Once professionalism started and the top players left the club the numbers participating and watching dropped.
    • Where professionalism is all about opportunities for some players, for others it's all about problems.
    • And closer to home again, indeed, at home, the era of professionalism in sport is upon us.
    • In these heady days of professionalism, enjoying your sport and respecting your opposition are all too rare.