specialize in (something)

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specialize in (something)

To have specific training, education, proficiency, or experience in one particular subject, topic, field, etc. My bachelor's degree was in English literature overall, but I specialized in Victorian literature for my master's degree. Our company specializes in building networking strategies for small businesses.
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specialize in something

to limit oneself to or be specially trained to practice one particular thing. I specialize in tropical medicine. What do you specialize in?
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The submarine INS Kalvari was built by the Goa-based Mazagon Dock Limited (MDL) with technological collaboration from French industrial group DCNS, which specialises in naval defence.
PGM Properties, a full-service commercial development firm, specialises in the development of grocery stores, shopping centres and single-tenant retail and restaurant locations in the Southeast.
ChangeBASE, which specialises in automated application analysis, remediation and conversion, said today that it is now offering Microsoft Internet Explorer 9 (IE9) plug-ins for AOK Browse-It.
"We will never have lock-ins and nobody should accept a lock-in or pay fees for a remortgage," says Hedigan, whose firm (0800 358 8081) specialises in remortgages and charges no fees.