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1    special ability in a task, sport, etc., esp. ability acquired by training  
2    something, esp. a trade or technique, requiring special training or manual proficiency  
3    Obsolete   understanding  
     (C12: from Old Norse skil distinction; related to Middle Low German schele, Middle Dutch geschil difference)  
  skill-less, skilless      adj  
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skilly, skilful, skilled, skillet

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a broad difference in values and attitudes between one and another especially between parents and their children
a person who has a lack of experience, skill or knowledge in a particular sphere or activity, especially computing or the use of the Internet
[Slang];[Pej.] Also written "n00b" (with zeros). The word came from "newb" or "newbie" which refers to someone who is just starting out in the use of the Net.
1) a boat or ship or such vessels collectively 2) skill in handling boats or in water sports
expression meaning that several or all members of a family have something in common (a skill, a feature, a path or a behavior)
E.g.: He became an actor too. It runs in the family.
with advanced skills in the use of computers
a person, generally a man, dedicated to improving his skills in attracting and seducing the other sex
Other spelling : Pickup artist The use of "pick up" in this context comes from American slang and means becoming acquainted with, esp. with a view to having sexual relations
hin, often tapered piece of material, such as wood, stone, or metal, used to fill gaps, make something level, or adjust something to fit properly
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