Related formsnon·spe·cial·ist, noun, adjectivepre·spe·cial·ist, nounsub·spe·cial·ist, noun
Examples from the Web for specialist
I knew only that the hit was commissioned; the man who took the contract was a specialist.
Without this specialist 24-hour care Ashya is at risk of additional health complications, which place him at substantial risk.Desperate Parents Arrested After Fleeing Britain For Other Treatment Options for Son in Europe|Barbie Latza Nadeau|September 2, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This “makes the patient have a more negative attitude toward games,” one specialist says.‘Love Child’ Game Over: Internet Addicts Let Their Baby Starve to Death|Nina Strochlic|July 21, 2014|DAILY BEAST
If you travel very often (perhaps for work), it pays to sit down with a specialist.
So Specialist BJ with the call sign of "Butter-Cup" sleep on and take your rest.The Names You Don’t Hear: Nearly 200 Women Have Died in Iraq and Afghanistan|Kate Hoit|May 26, 2014|DAILY BEAST
At all events, your specialist was right about the main thing, and I am no more consumptive than you are.Pietro Ghisleri|F. (Francis) Marion Crawford
I wanted them to get a specialist in children's diseases, but they insist on having me.Mary Lee the Red Cross Girl|Helen Hart
But we must of course see a specialist before publishing anything.When It Was Dark|Guy Thorne
One should, however, be a specialist to identify these exotic species.Wild Spain (Espaa agreste)|Abel Chapman
He, like the first, was a specialist in signalling and telegraphy.The Fortunate Isles|Mary Stuart Boyd
British Dictionary definitions for specialist
- a person who specializes in or devotes himself to a particular area of activity, field of research, etc
- (as modifier)specialist knowledge