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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One or two are marked out as exceptionally brilliant: they will take the various prizes and scholarships which are open each year to the deserving, get one appointment after another at the hospital, go on the staff, take a consulting-room in Harley Street, and, specialising in one subject or another, become prosperous, eminent, and titled.
Three foreigners believed to be part of a gang specialising in factory burglaries died in an early morning shootout after leading police on a high-speed car chase here.
GAFSA (TA) - Construction works of the Mdhilla-2 plant in Gafsa, specialising in the production of chemical fertilisers, will resume shortly, Regional Director of the Tunisian Chemical Group (GCT) told TAP correspondent.
Dimitri Padelis, 45, defrauded health trusts with bogus invoices from firms specialising in supplying locum stand-ins.
Dr George Erdof,a psychologist specialising ins ocialbehaviour, says that the first nail in the coffin for all those knights in shining armour was hammered in by feminists more than four decades ago.