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acquaint, advance, advise, announce, apprise, ballyhoo, bill, blazon, boost, build up.
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professional
Definition:
an authority qualified to teach apprentices

Synonyms:

adjective
all
professional.
big league
high-power, playing hard ball, bigtime, front page, four-star, front-page, strictly business.
expert
adept, adroit, artistic, authoritative, crackerjack, expert, masterful, skillful, sophisticated.
important
big league.
pert
professional.
skilled, trained
able, ace, acknowledged, adept, competent, crackerjack, efficient, experienced, expert, finished, known, learned, licensed, polished, practiced, proficient, qualified, sharp, skillful, slick, there, well-qualified, on the ball, knowing one's stuff, up to speed.
skillful
wised up, able, learned, there, trained, a hand at, really into, tuned in.
white-collar
salaried, white collar.
noun
athlete
gorilla, Gorillas, sportspeople, sportsperson, sportspersons, superjock, games player, iron person, muscle person.
authority
kingfish, kingpin, pro, top brass, top dog, upstairs, veteran, kingpins, pros, CEOS, FEDS, top hand, power elite, big wig, ivory dome, kingfishes.
expert
artist, authority, buff, connoisseur, consultant, genius, journeyman, master, maven, pro, sophisticate, specialist, technician, whiz, wizard.
master
doyenne, savant, scientist, whizbang, real pro, whiz-bang.
person
master, professional, professional person.
person prepared for work by extended study or practice
artist, artiste, authority, brain, egghead, hotshot, old hand, powerhouse, pro, pundit, shark, specialist, star, virtuoso, whiz, wizard, superstar, old pro, old war-horse, phenom, whiz kid.
practitioner
practitioner.
professional
expert, master, nonrecreational, paid, pro, professed, professional person, white-collar.
skillful
able, adept, adroit, expert.
well-qualified
acknowledged, known, licensed.
verb
specialized
technical.
Examples of usage:
  1. Mr Trump at once dropped his professional smile. – Caught in a Trap by John C. Hutcheson
  2. There's nothing so bad for a professional man as to get so tied down to his work that he can't see an inch beyond it. – The End of the Rainbow by Marian Keith
  3. The professional staff of the machine here will catch up to their tricks sooner or later. – The Dueling Machine by Benjamin William Bova Myron R. Lewis
  4. Acquaintances purely professional do not receive cards to a wedding. – The Etiquette of To-day by Edith B. Ordway
  5. It almost stopped his professional advancement. – The Age of Tennyson by Hugh Walker

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