Amateur

Amateur




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Перевод слова amateur, американское и британское произношение, транскрипция, словосочетания, однокоренные слова, примеры использования
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Перевести · Define amateur. amateur synonyms, amateur pronunciation, amateur translation, English dictionary definition of amateur. n. 1. One who engages in an art, …
Define amateur. amateur synonyms, amateur pronunciation, amateur translation, English dictionary definition of amateur. n. 1. One who engages in an art, science, study, or athletic activity as a pastime rather than as a profession. 2. Sports An athlete who has never accepted...
Amateur: being such only for recreation. Synonyms: avocational, backyard, jackleg… Antonyms: ace, adept, consummate… Find the right word.
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What ' s The difference between a dabbler and an amateur?
What ' s The difference between a dabbler and an amateur?
While the synonyms dabbler and amateur are close in meaning, dabbler suggests desultory habits of work and lack of persistence. When is it sensible to use dilettante instead of amateur?
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Перевести · Amateur definition is - one who engages in a pursuit, study, science, or sport as a pastime rather than as a profession. How to use amateur in a sentence. Should amateur only be used literally? Synonym Discussion of amateur.
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An amateur is generally considered a person who pursues a particular activity or field of study independently from their source of income. Amateurs and their pursuits are also described as popular, informal, self-taught, user-generated, DIY, and hobbyist.
Люби́тель — непрофессионал в каком-нибудь деле, «занимающийся чем не по званию, а по призванию, любви, охоте, наклонности». Человек, располагающий достаточными средствами и свободным временем, чтобы интересоваться каким-либо предметом, не будучи профессионалом и не используя свои любительские знания и навыки, чтобы зарабатывать этим на жизнь.
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Перевести · Amateur definition, a person who engages in a study, sport, or other activity for pleasure rather than for financial benefit or professional reasons. See more.
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Перевести · An amateur is a person who does something for enjoyment, not money, like an amateur who paints as a hobby but earns a living …
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am·​a·​teur | \ ˈa-mə-chər , -ˌchu̇r, -(ˌ)tər , -ˌtu̇r , -ˌtyu̇r \
1 : one who engages in a pursuit, study, science, or sport as a pastime rather than as a profession She played soccer as an amateur before turning professional. a tournament that is open to both amateurs and professionals
2 : one lacking in experience and competence in an art or science The people running that company are a bunch of amateurs. He's a mere amateur when it comes to cooking.
3 : devotee, admirer I am a philologist or amateur of the language …— Phillip Howard
amateurish \ ˌa-​mə-​ˈchər-​ish , -​ˈchu̇r-​ , -​ˈtər-​ , -​ˈtu̇r-​ , -​ˈtyu̇r \ adjective
amateurism \ ˈa-​mə-​chər-​ˌi-​zəm , -​ˌchu̇r-​ , -​(ˌ)tər-​ , -​ˌtu̇r-​ , -​ˌtyu̇r-​ \ noun
amateur, dilettante, dabbler, tyro mean a person who follows a pursuit without attaining proficiency or professional status. amateur often applies to one practicing an art without mastery of its essentials a painting obviously done by an amateur ; in sports it may also suggest not so much lack of skill but avoidance of direct remuneration. remained an amateur despite lucrative offers dilettante may apply to the lover of an art rather than its skilled practitioner but usually implies elegant trifling in the arts and an absence of serious commitment. had no patience for dilettantes dabbler suggests desultory habits of work and lack of persistence. a dabbler who started novels but never finished them tyro implies inexperience often combined with audacity with resulting crudeness or blundering. shows talent but is still a mere tyro
The earliest sense of amateur ("one that has a marked fondness, liking, or taste") is strongly connected to its roots: the word came into English from the French amateur, which in turn comes from the Latin word for “lover” (amator). This has led some people to assume that the word is properly used only in the sense “one who performs something for love rather than for money.” However, as is the case with so many other English words, amateur may mean two strikingly different things, referring to one who does something for the love of it and also to one who is not terribly competent at something.
Our earliest record of the word's literal sense comes from a 1777 source. By 1790, however, it was already being used in the somewhat condescending extended sense, as seen in George Rous’s description of Edmund Burke as “a bystander, a mere amateur of aristocracy” in his Thoughts on Government.
These example sentences are selected automatically from various online news sources to reflect current usage of the word 'amateur.' Views expressed in the examples do not represent the opinion of Merriam-Webster or its editors. Send us feedback.
1777, in the meaning defined at sense 3
borrowed from French, going back to Middle French, "one who loves, lover," borrowed from Latin amātor "lover, enthusiastic admirer, devotee," from amāre "to have affection for, love, be in love, make love to" (of uncertain origin) + -tōr-, -tor, agent suffix
Note: Latin amāre has been explained as an original stative verb with -ē- (hence, *ama-ē-, comparable to *sta-ē- > stāre "to stand"), formed from a root present *ama-, going back to an Indo-European verbal base *h2m̥h3- or *h3m̥h3- "take hold of, grasp" (whence also Sanskrit ámīti "takes hold of, swears," Greek ómnymi, omnýnai "to affirm with an oath," presumably originally "hold fast to an object while swearing"). Semantically the development in Latin is hypothetically "to grasp the hand of" > "to treat as a friend" > "to love." Supporting the presence of the verbal base in Italic would be the form amatens, allegedly, "(they) have seized" or "they have received" in a Sabellic text (the Aes Rapinum of the ancient Marrucini). According to an older theory amāre may be linked to a group of expressive/nursery words, as Latin amita "aunt," *amma "mother" (presumed from derivatives in personal names), Oscan ammai (dative singular) "mother." Another point of comparison with amāre has been Old Irish námae (genitive námat) "enemy," if it goes back to a participial formation *n(e)-h2m̥h3-(e)nt- "not loving" (compare Latin inimicus enemy), though the verbal base *h2emh3- is not otherwise attested in this or any other sense in Celtic. Concerning the derivative amīcus "friend" see note at amiable.
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am·​a·​teur | \ ˈam-ə-ˌtər , -ˌchər \
1 : a person who takes part in sports or occupations for pleasure and not for pay
2 : a person who takes part in something without having experience or skill in it
amateurish \ ˌam-​ə-​ˈtər-​ish , -​ˈchər-​ \ adjective an amateurish actor
Kids Definition of amateur (Entry 2 of 2)
: not professional amateur athletes
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