- adj.（身手）灵巧的，敏捷的; 手巧; 圆熟; 利落;
- 副词: dexterously;
As people grow older they generally become less dexterous.
He carried the others off their feet, glib, dexterous, voluble.
他叫大家发起狂来,讲得口若悬河, 伶俐乖巧, 滔滔不绝.
The manager was dexterous in [ at ] handling his staff.
那位经理善于运用 [ 调配 ] 他属下的职员.
I was secretly afraid of him when I saw him so dexterous.
We made him very merry, and I proved very dexterous in catching fish.
He may be dexterous at football, but he is very clumsy on the dance floor.
I could help you to a schoolmistress that shall make you as dexterous as herself.
Mr. Lin is a dexterous surgeon.
This little girl is dexterous.
The manager was dexterous in handling his staff.
The manager was dexterous at handling his staff.
She united the knots with dexterous fingers.
She's very dexterous with the knitting needles.
He was dexterous and quick.
Apes have dexterous ( skillful, adroitness ) hands much like ours but unlike those of any other creature.
1. skillful in physical movements; especially of the hands;
"a deft waiter"
"deft fingers massaged her face"
"dexterous of hand and inventive of mind"