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WordReference Random House Learner's Dictionary of American English © 2019
pro•fes•sion•al /prəˈfɛʃənəl/USA pronunciation   adj. 
  1. engaged in an occupation as a means of earning a livelihood:[before a noun]a professional soldier; a professional musician.
  2. relating to a profession:a professional license.
  3. appropriate to a profession:showing professional objectivity; He's too professional to let his personal feelings interfere with his work.
  4. of or for a professional person or such a person's place of business:[before a noun]a professional apartment.
  5. done by a professional;
    expert;
    of a high standard:[before a noun]professional advice.
  6. making a constant practice of something:[before a noun]A salesman has to be a professional optimist.

n. [countable]
  1. a member of a profession.
  2. a person who earns a living in a sport or other occupation that is frequently engaged in by amateurs.
pro•fes•sion•al•ly, adv. See -fess-.

WordReference Random House Unabridged Dictionary of American English © 2019
pro•fes•sion•al  (prə feshə nl),USA pronunciation adj. 
  1. following an occupation as a means of livelihood or for gain:a professional builder.
  2. of, pertaining to, or connected with a profession:professional studies.
  3. appropriate to a profession:professional objectivity.
  4. engaged in one of the learned professions:A lawyer is a professional person.
  5. following as a business an occupation ordinarily engaged in as a pastime:a professional golfer.
  6. making a business or constant practice of something not properly to be regarded as a business:"A salesman,'' he said, "is a professional optimist.''
  7. undertaken or engaged in as a means of livelihood or for gain:professional baseball.
  8. of or for a professional person or his or her place of business or work:a professional apartment; professional equipment.
  9. done by a professional;
    expert:professional car repairs.

n. 
  1. a person who belongs to one of the professions, esp. one of the learned professions.
  2. a person who earns a living in a sport or other occupation frequently engaged in by amateurs:a golf professional.
  3. an expert player, as of golf or tennis, serving as a teacher, consultant, performer, or contestant;
    pro.
  4. a person who is expert at his or her work:You can tell by her comments that this editor is a real professional.
pro•fession•al•ly, adv. 
  • profession + -al1 1740–50


Collins Concise English Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers::

professional /prəˈfɛʃənəl/ adj
  1. of, relating to, suitable for, or engaged in as a profession
  2. engaging in an activity for gain or as a means of livelihood
  3. extremely competent in a job, etc
  4. (of a piece of work or anything performed) produced with competence or skill
  5. undertaken or performed for gain or by people who are paid
n
  1. a person who belongs to or engages in one of the professions
  2. a person who engages for his livelihood in some activity also pursued by amateurs
  3. a person who engages in an activity with great competence
  4. an expert player of a game who gives instruction, esp to members of a club by whom he is hired

proˈfessionally adv




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