professional

All Adjective Noun
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  • At the end of the season he signed a two-year professional contract.
  • Professional support staff works out of one of the many support buildings.
  • He was also among the first full-time professional football players in England.
  • Today, football is played at a professional level all over the world.
  • He had a seven-year professional career before becoming a coach.
  • It was considered one of the most professional and best prepared military forces in the world.
  • He played for three teams during three year professional and Major League career.
  • Some of these clubs are full-time professional and the others are semi-professional.
  • Following the season's end he signed a two-year professional contract with the club.
  • He however left college again and pursued a full-time professional career in music.
  • Following the book's success, she became a full-time professional writer.
  • At the time it was the longest professional football championship game ever played.
  • However, after multiple knee operations he never returned to full-time professional football.
  • Subsequently he decided to become a full-time professional writer.
  • In keeping with the move to a professional military, this article was dropped.
  • During a seven-year professional career, he won three championships in Europe.
  • The situation changes on the professional level, where women earn more than men.
  • The A-League is the top level professional association football league in Australia.
  • This was the beginning of his professional writing career.
  • The opera has not yet received a full-scale professional production.
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Meaning of professional

  • noun A person engaged in one of the learned professions
  • noun An athlete who plays for pay
  • adjective Engaged in a profession or engaging in as a profession or means of livelihood
    the professional man or woman possesses distinctive qualifications, began her professional career after the Olympics, professional theater, professional football, a professional cook, professional actors and athletes
  • adjective Of or relating to or suitable as a profession
    professional organizations, a professional field such as law
  • adjective Characteristic of or befitting a profession or one engaged in a profession
    professional conduct, professional ethics, a thoroughly professional performance
  • adjective Of or relating to a profession
    we need professional advice, professional training, professional equipment for his new office