What is professionalism and what it means

Professionalism (German)

Part of speech: noun, (Female)

Hyphenation:
Pro | fes | si | o | na | li | ity, no plural
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [ˌpʀofɛsi̯onaliˈtɛːt]
Word meaning / definition:
1) Trait / attitude that clearly shows calm and skilful (professional) behavior, which often suggests a lot of experience
Origin of the term:
Derivation (suffixation) from the adjectiveprofessional with the derivative (derivative morpheme) -ity
Related terms:
1) Mastery, expertise, ability, professionalism, professionalism, routine, seniority, seriousness, security
Opposite words:
1) Dilettantism, poverty, inferiority, plaintiveness, amateurism, primitiveness, bungling, insecurity, second class
General terms:
1) Competence
Application examples:
1) “But what ,Professionalism' is supposed to mean, remains vague and nebulous in current discourses: On the one hand, the professional appears in this room, who carries out his work as profitably as possible with the appropriate coolness at the highest socio-technological level. He differentiates himself from the amateur amateur who dedicates himself to something important to him out of enthusiasm. "
1) “The Word professionalism is also well suited for debates of all kinds: It is sufficiently indefinite and colorful that it can be filled with meanings almost at will. "
Typical word combinations:
1) lack ofprofessionalism
Word formations:
Professionalism
Cases:
Nominative: singular professionalism; Plural
Genitive: singular professionalism; Plural
Dative: singular professionalism; Plural
Accusative: singular professionalism; Plural

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

We have to be in professionalism invest, not mistrust.
Tagesanzeiger.ch, November 4th, 2018

Ollheim company praises professionalism the fire brigade during a large-scale operation.
Kölnische Rundschau, September 10, 2018

The Frankfurt SPD party leader Mike Josef is impressed by the professionalism of the bike decision.
Frankfurter Rundschau online, March 22, 2019

Is on set at a kissing scene professionalism asked - also when it comes to oral hygiene, thinks actress Anna Kendrick. So she and colleague Blake Lively prepared carefully.
Spiegel Online, August 28, 2018

With youthful vigor and the highest professionalism five scholarship holders from the Bavarian State Opera offered a varied wind concert in the Taufkirchen moated castle.
Mercury, November 02, 2018

New doubts about the professionalism by Ousmane Dembele! The Barça professional is said to have skipped a video conference from his club.
BILD.de, May 8, 2020

The SPD would like Jes Möller to be the heir of constitutional judge Masing. Not pluralism, but professionalism should decide here.
TAZ, May 18, 2020

Tehran (ParsToday) - The Iranian Foreign Minister said that the International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, uphold the principles of impartiality and professionalism in their interactions.
ParsToday (Iran), August 26, 2020

Fabienne and Noëlle Buri dream of a career as professional cyclists. With the help of a support association, the two sisters want to take the next step in the right direction professionalism do.
Bernerzeitung.ch, November 25, 2019

The candidate for the administration of the Hamburg district Eimsbüttel remains without a majority again. There are doubts about the professionalism the Greens loudly shortly before the general election.
Welt.de, December 20, 2019

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Entries from our dictionary containing "professionalism":

journ.: journ. (German) Part of speech: Abbreviation Meaning / definition: 1) Abbreviation for journalistic application examples: 1) journ. professionalism

Thesaurus: -ity: ... Premorbidity Preciousness Primitivity Probability Productivity Profanity Professionalism Profundity Proportionality Provinciality Publicity ...

nature: ... Examples of use: 1) His education, his well-readiness, his tireless commitment, his professionalism and his charming demeanor are impressive. 1) His always ...

klást: ... all employees pay great attention to specialist knowledge, customer service and professionalism. Typical word combinations: 3) klást odpor - resist, klást otázku ...


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