skillfully or competently: This position requires the ability to work proficiently with word-processing and spreadsheet applications.
- o·ver·pro·fi·cient·ly, adverb
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How to use proficiently in a sentence
Google wants ADT technicians to become more proficient installing Nest devices, which are Google’s smart thermostats.
Whether you’re a beginning cook or baker, this could be your opportunity to commit to becoming more proficient.As stay-at-home restrictions rise, here are ways to cope | Washington Post Staff, Elizabeth Chang, Mari-Jane Williams, Becky Krystal, Kendra Nichols, Caitlin Moore, Stephanie Merry, Missy Rosenberg, Katherine Lee | December 2, 2020 | Washington Post
In the past, hackers were highly skilled at cyber breaking and entering—and these proficient hackers became cybersecurity leaders in the private sector.The email security market is littered with false claims. How to fix it | jakemeth | November 27, 2020 | Fortune
When you become proficient at the movement, you can do steps two and three simultaneously, but start with them as distinct stages.Why (and How) You Should Master the Turkish Get-Up | Hayden Carpenter | November 21, 2020 | Outside Online
Google SBA is intended to help business owners become more proficient in the use of Google products.Google’s new Small Business Advisors program aims to help SMBs grow | Greg Sterling | November 17, 2020 | Search Engine Land
The wasp rarely flies but hops proficiently; when disturbed it can hop from several inches to several feet.The Biotic Associations of Cockroaches | Louis M. Roth