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You don’t need any experience to work here.
We would like to find someone with more experience.
She has years of experience in the computer industry.
Do you have any previous experience with children?
We’re looking for someone with experience as a teacher.
You need to get more management experience.
Experience told me not to believe him.
Helen knew from past experience that there was no point in arguing with him.
In my experience, very intelligent people can still make terrible mistakes.
our childhood experiences
A lot of the people we talked to had had the same experience.
It was her first experience of dealing with people from another culture.
The whole thing must have been an interesting experience for you.
I had a bad experience in the last place I worked.
an opportunity for people to share their experiences of living with the disease
This is the American English definition of experience. View British English definition of experience.
a derogatory word used for referring to people in the banking and investment industry who are thought of as taking serious risks in order to increase their own earnings …add a word
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