specialty spe·cial·ty Am ['spɛʃ(ə)ltɪ] n

specialty spe·cial·ty Am ['spɛʃ(ə)ltɪ] n
specialità f inv

to make a speciality of sth — specializzarsi in qc

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  • spe|cial|ty — «SPEHSH uhl tee», noun, plural ties. 1. a) a special line of work, profession, or trade: »Straightening teeth is that dentist s specialty. Steel manufacturing is a specialty of that region. b) a special field or subject of study or research:… …   Useful english dictionary

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  • sub|spe|cial|ty — «suhb SPEHSH uhl tee», noun, plural ties. a subdivision of a branch of science or research; specialty within a specialty: »There is no subspecialty of social or community psychiatry [in Russia] because every psychiatrist works in an overall… …   Useful english dictionary

  • spe·cial·ty — /ˈspɛʃəlti/ noun, pl ties [count] US 1 : something that a person or place is known for making or producing very well Eggs are my dad s specialty. [=(Brit) speciality] Buttermilk pie is a Southern specialty …   Useful english dictionary

  • spe·cial·ism — /ˈspɛʃəˌlızəm/ noun, pl isms [count] Brit : a particular subject or area of study or practice The professor s specialism [=specialty] is labor law. often + in a doctor whose specialism [=specialty, specialization] is in blood disorders [=a doctor …   Useful english dictionary

  • specialty — spe·cial·ty n pl ties 1 [from the special form of the contract]: formal contract at contract 2: a doctrine providing that a person extradited can be prosecuted only for the charges described in the order for extradition …   Law dictionary

  • Specialty — Spe cial*ty, n.; pl. {Specialties}. [F. sp[ e]cialit[ e]. Cf. {Speciality}.] 1. Particularity. [1913 Webster] Specialty of rule hath been neglected. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. A particular or peculiar case. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] 3. (Law) A contract… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • specialty — ▪ I. specialty spe‧cial‧ty 1 [ˈspeʆəlti] noun specialties PLURALFORM [countable] especially AmE a subject or skill that you know a lot about or have a lot of experience in; = speciality Bre: • Their specialty is combining computer hardware of… …   Financial and business terms

  • specialty — spe|cial|ty [ˈspeʃəlti] n plural specialities AmE 1.) a type of food that a person, restaurant, or area is well known for British Equivalent: speciality ▪ Our specialty is clam chowder. 2.) a subject or job that you know a lot about or have a lot …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • specialty — spe|cial|ty [ speʃlti ] noun count AMERICAN * 1. ) a food or drink prepared in a special way that a person, a restaurant, or a region is well known for and that you cannot always get in other places: Seafood gumbo soup is one of the specialties… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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