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- v. Alternative spelling of specialize.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. devote oneself to a special area of work
- v. be specific about
- v. evolve so as to lead to a new species or develop in a way most suited to the environment
- v. suit to a special purpose
- v. become more focus on an area of activity or field of study
It's a bit like schools that 'specialise' in things like IT or (god help us) sport.
The Centre 'specialise' in promoting pro Pakistan policies and protecting interest of Pakistan; and only invites those people to their functions who endorse their pro Pakistan policies.
The bottom line is that businesses succeed when they specialise in something.
Some argue that pupils at private schools and grammars are at an advantage because they have teachers who may specialise in building relationships with top universities and decoding universities' complex admission requirements.
Today, we are often expected to specialise and excel in only one particular field of knowledge or expertise, even one particular area of a field.
Division of labour has set in, and groups of cells specialise in the performance of functions.
The mother woman is legion, and you refuse to specialise.
Foreign correspondents necessarily specialise in crises and disasters, but in my case, these often took the form of wars and armed conflicts.
Typical of Montreal arsehats like this one, who are a dime a dozen and all specialise in poster art that requires no talent or skill whatsoever.
He established Sector 4 Focus in 2010 to specialise in bringing together businesses and charities to focus on social responsibility in mutually beneficial ways.