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assessor one who assists a judge, esp. one who has expertise in a particular field. [1/2 definitions]
bailiwick a person's area of interest or expertise. [1/2 definitions]
bravura a musical piece or passage requiring great spirit or expertise of the performer. [2 definitions]
breakthrough an important discovery in a particular field that encourages an acceleration in knowledge or expertise. [1/2 definitions]
charlatan one who deceitfully claims to possess a particular skill or expertise; fraud; quack.
connoisseur a person with the experience, expertise, and sense of appreciation to make informed judgments in a fine art or in matters of taste.
connoisseurship experience and expertise in judging fine art and other matters of taste.
consultant one who offers advice or expertise to others on a professional basis. [1/2 definitions]
consulting offering professional advice or expertise.
economist a person who has expertise in the study of economics.
master hand exceptional ability or expertise. [1/2 definitions]
mastery the qualities of skill, knowledge, and expertise. [1/3 definitions]
multidisciplinary of, pertaining to, or involving several branches of scholarship or expertise.
naturalist a person who has expertise in or is devoted to the study of the natural sciences, esp. botany and zoology. [1/2 definitions]
past master a person who has a great deal of skill, expertise, or experience at some craft, art, or the like.
polymath one who has broad knowledge or expertise in a number of distinct areas.
professional a person who has or shows expertise in a particular field, especially one who is paid for work in this field. [1/7 definitions]
province a defined area of expertise, knowledge, or responsibility. [1/4 definitions]
Sherpa a member of a Tibetan people living in Nepal who are known for their expertise in mountain climbing. [1/2 definitions]
specialist any of several enlisted ranks in the U.S. Army above the level of private, requiring specific expertise but no exercise of command. [1/3 definitions]
turf (informal) one's particular domain or area of interest or expertise, esp. considered as inviolable. [1/5 definitions]