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developed or designed for a special activity or function
"a specialized tool"
Highly skilled in a specific field.
Developed or designed for a special activity or function.
Created and designed for a specific function.
The specialized function was visible to the mobile phone and the account name who did use it.
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The numerical value of specialized in Chaldean Numerology is: 5
The numerical value of specialized in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
Examples of specialized in a Sentence
The patient's family could have a different opinion, but the specialized doctor is the technical authority who decides.
Measure your heart rate, race against others in the class, improve your jump height, your spring, your tennis serve. You name it, there is a specialized program for it.
A lot of the companies that had previously specialized in commercial equipment are now starting to market things towards the home gym market, i think a lot of companies, if they want to survive, that's honestly going to be the way that they have to go, at least for the next year or so.
Amphibians, especially certain groups of frogs, produce and store large amounts of antimicrobial peptides in specialized granular glands in the skin, when the skin is injured or the frog is alarmed, they release large amounts of the peptides to protect the skin.
Think about the fact that we cut a couple of hundred million dollars from our budget in education and now we have children coming in with specialized needs.
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