skills

Skills vs Attributes - What's the difference?

skills | attributes |


As nouns the difference between skills and attributes

is that skills is while attributes is .

As a verb attributes is

(attribute).

Dribbling vs Skills - What's the difference?

dribbling | skills |


As nouns the difference between dribbling and skills

is that dribbling is an amount of liquid that is dribbled while skills is .

As a verb dribbling

is .

Traits vs Skills - What's the difference?

traits | skills |


As nouns the difference between traits and skills

is that traits is while skills is .

Professional vs Skills - What's the difference?

professional | skills |


As nouns the difference between professional and skills

is that professional is a person who belongs to a profession while skills is .

As an adjective professional

is of, pertaining to, or in accordance with the (usually high) standards of a profession.

Skills vs Management - What's the difference?

skills | management |


As nouns the difference between skills and management

is that skills is while management is management (administration; the process or practice of managing).

Skills vs Personality - What's the difference?

skills | personality |


As nouns the difference between skills and personality

is that skills is while personality is a set of qualities that make a person (or thing) distinct from another.

Skills vs Competency - What's the difference?

skills | competency |


As nouns the difference between skills and competency

is that skills is while competency is (obsolete) a sufficient supply (of).

Knowhow vs Skills - What's the difference?

knowhow | skills |


As nouns the difference between knowhow and skills

is that knowhow is while skills is .

Skills vs Skillset - What's the difference?

skills | skillset |


As nouns the difference between skills and skillset

is that skills is while skillset is .

Practice vs Skills - What's the difference?

practice | skills |


As nouns the difference between practice and skills

is that practice is repetition of an activity to improve skill while skills is .

As a verb practice

is (us) to repeat (an activity) as a way of improving one's skill in that activity.

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