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adept (adjective), more adept, most adept
1. Highly proficient or expert at something: Shirley is adept at organizational work in her community while her husband is adept in working with wood for shelves for their home.
2. Having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude: Erin was adept in writing her column in the newspaper every day.
3. Etymology: from Latin adeptus, "attained, achieved".
Very skillful and proficient.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “more adept
Descriptive of being very good at doing something which is not easy to do; very skilled and proficient. (1)