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Although one might expect a professional to be better than an amateur, this is not always the case. Someone might be a very good amateur pianist, possibly better than some professionals. In some jobs it would be impossible for amateurs to be allowed to work.
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One of them had the appearance of an amateur, the other was an artist, an engraver. An amateur, however, is carried away by his desire for results. People who live by an art always understand it better than an amateur.
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In another key component, the band sponsored a female athlete and an amateur in each sport. The top amateur is recognized with a special green leader's' jersey after each stage. As an amateur, Uhalt turned down football scholarship offers to pursue professional baseball.
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The Augusta National Womens Amateur will feature an international field of 72 amateurs who can earn an invite by winning other championships or based on their world ranking. brian costa, WSJ, Augusta" National Will Host Womens Amateur Event, 4 Apr.
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One of them had the appearance of an amateur, the other was an artist, an engraver. Tales And Novels, Volume 9 of 10 Maria Edgeworth. An amateur, however, is carried away by his desire for results. The Forest Stewart Edward White.
amateur Meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
He was an amateur singer until the age of 40, when he turned professional. relating to an activity, especially a sport, where the people taking part do not receive money.: The firm produces kits for amateur car constructors. an amateur photographer.
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Use amateur in a sentence. An amateur is an individual who is new to, or not yet skilled in, a particular skill or sport. An example of an amateur is someone who enjoys and studies astronomy as a hobby but not as a professional.
The Difference Between a Professional and an Amateur.
An amateur can hit the glamourous, powerful 300-yard drive and then pick up the ball on the green without putting. The amateur can write code and not be concerned that no users are benefitting from that code until a tester catches up and tests it weeks later.
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For other uses, see Amateur disambiguation. An amateur French amateur lover" of, from Old French and ultimately from Latin amatorem nom. amator, lover" is generally considered a person attached to a particular pursuit, study, or science in a non professional or unpaid manner.

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