Adjective "professionally" definition and examples

(Professionally may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)



Definitions and examples


In a way that relates to a profession or career.
  1. 'professionally successful but emotionally unfulfilled adults'
  2. 'She is a professionally trained teacher.'
  3. 'By being a well-educated and professionally trained workforce, they will eventually attract industry to our area.'
  4. 'The songs are studio recordings, so they are professionally produced.'
  5. 'We'd really love to have these portraits professionally framed.'
  6. 'A professionally trained police force serves the island.'
  7. 'the situation was handled professionally'
  8. 'We expect our staff and our external partners to act professionally and with dedication.'
  9. 'First impressions of this competition were how professionally and faultlessly it was organised.'
  10. 'She remained cool, acting professionally.'
  11. 'Taking customers' orders and serving food or beverages should be done professionally and with enthusiasm.'
  12. 'He is a thorough professional and approaches his work professionally.'
As a person's paid occupation rather than on an amateur basis.
  1. 'they had their hair and make-up done professionally'
  2. 'He later played professionally in the national football league.'
  3. 'Finally, students who are destined to pursue piano professionally will benefit from public performance.'
  4. 'She has been designing professionally since the 1970s.'
  5. 'I never thought I would perform professionally.'
  6. 'They had their hair and make-up done professionally.'

More definitions

1. following an occupation as a means of livelihood or for gain: a professional builder.

2. of, relating to, or connected with a profession: professional studies.

3. appropriate to a profession: professional objectivity.

4. engaged in one of the learned professions: A lawyer is a professional person.

5. following as a business an occupation ordinarily engaged in as a pastime: a professional golfer.

6. making a business or constant practice of something not properly

More examples(as adjective)

"skills can be professionally."

"people can be professionally."

"organisations can be professionally."

"conflagrations can be professionally."