verb (used with or without object), ex·pert·ised, ex·pert·ising. Chiefly British.
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- experimenter effect,
- expert system,
- expert witness,
- experto crede,
verb (used with or without object), ex·pert·ized, ex·pert·iz·ing.
Also especially British, ex·pert·ise.
Origin of expertize
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special skill, knowledge, or judgment; expertness
Word Origin for expertise
C19: from French: expert skill, from expert
US to act as an expert or give an expert opinion (on)
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1868, from French expertise (16c.) "expert appraisal, expert's report," from expert (see expert). Earlier in same sense was expertness (c.1600).
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