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Synonym: differentiatenarrownarrow downparticulariseparticularizespecializespeciatespecifySimilar words: specialistspecializespecialespeciallyspecialtysocialismspecifyspeciesMeaning: v. 1. devote oneself to a special area of work 2. be specific about 3. suit to a special purpose 4. become more special 5. evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment. 
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1 Most of the staff specialise in the care of children.
2 After his first degree he wishes to specialise.
3 We are fully licensed, and specialise in local ale, apple juice and Sussex wines.
4 I prefer artwork, although I specialise in fine china and porcelain.
5 Many headhunters now specialise in the finance function, recruiting financial directors and financial controllers for a wide range of interests.
6 But they need to specialise, be creative and target their marketing activities effectively, as well as offer other higher margins services too.
7 So one bee might specialise in red poppies, while another might focus on blue cornflowers.
8 It will specialise in corporate, insurance litigation and private client work.
9 We usually instruct doctors who specialise in producing medico-legal reports and who have proven themselves in giving evidence in the past.
10 M'ARS specialise in a distinctive form of traditionalism, close to surrealism.
11 Are there any organisations which specialise in helping people like me?
12 This allows suppliers to specialise and to develop an intimate knowledge of customer needs and wants.
13 Theatres specialise for children, ready to tell us tales, ancient and modern, in spectacular fashion.
14 Subsequently, many opportunities exist to specialise, for example, in intensive care, in midwifery or in community psychiatric nursing.
15 Future work will specialise in automating floor decontamination,(www.Sentencedict.com) inspection and reassembly of steam safety valves and taking samples after accidents.
16 At Statham Lodge, we specialise in arranging the perfect business meeting or conference.
17 There are medium size consultancies, many of which specialise in consumer, industrial or financial clients.
18 Other firms specialise in direct-heat gasifiers to make gas to fire furnaces and kilns.
19 In this area, solicitors can specialise in matters such as child care and other areas which specifically relate to local government.
20 Many solicitors specialise in clients using the legal aid scheme; others deal with purely commercial work.
21 The bars specialise in serving cocktails with beer being among the least favourite drinks.
22 The present A-level system requires schoolchildren to specialise far too early and too narrowly.
23 One has elongated jaws for picking between the coral stems, another may specialise in cropping a particular kind of small crustacean.
24 For help with drawing up or amending a will, there are solicitors who specialise in advising elderly clients.
25 Since then, it has been taken over by the firm of Heber, who specialise in high tech electronics research.
26 We've had it into the major research laboratories around the world who specialise in security.
27 Until now, people working in the transport industry have tended to specialise in one aspect of the distribution business.
28 So they won't even be of any use in helping them decide which subjects to specialise in.
29 There are courses for the beginner, for the high-flyer and for those wishing to specialise.
30 Adjacent to the ruins are the Priorwood gardens which specialise in growing plants for drying and flower arranging.
More similar words: specialistspecializespecialespeciallyspecialtysocialismspecifyspeciesspeciousspecificspecimenspecifiedspecificallyunspecifiedsocializesocializedcolonialismconceptualisecommercializematerialisticpreciseaspectutiliseimprecisepreciselyspectersuspectrespectdepreciateappreciate
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