כִּשָׁרוֹן, מְיוּמָנוּת, זְרִיזוּת, חָרִיצוּת, יַלקוּט
Noun(1) a special way of doing something
(1) And he proved that he hadn't lost his knack for charming his audience.(2) the band has a knack of warping classic soul songs(3) According to sports analyst Greg Gumbel, Harris has " a real knack for the game".(4) My father had a knack for making a total stranger feel very comfortable in his presence.(5) she got the knack of it in the end(6) John had the enviable knack of falling asleep anywhere(7) He had always had an uncanny knack for seeing things before they actually happened.(8) He has a real knack for picking projects that are a little off the beaten track, but guaranteed to be interesting.(9) He has the knack of sharing information in a readable and entertaining way, so that the subject does not seem too technical and boring.(10) However, it's also difficult and time-consuming, and it takes a special knack which few scientists have.(11) he had a knack for communicating(12) Postle has a knack for combining slapstick comedy and pathos, which is very effective in this instance.(13) He also has the rare knack for getting the players around him to lift their game.(14) Conducting is a special knack and I discovered that I possessed it.(15) She had a knack for teaching people how to enjoy the simple things in life.(16) To say that he has a knack for being at the right place at the right time would be an understatement.
(1) knick-knack :: קישוטים-כישרון
1. gift ::
2. tendency to ::
3. hang ::
Different Formsknack, knacks
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