Question: What is excel in mean?

: to be superior to : surpass in accomplishment or achievement. intransitive verb. : to be distinguishable by superiority : surpass others excel in sports excelled at lipreading.

Is it excel at or excel in?

I think in is better: Tom excelled in (the field of) sports. but you can say excel at too: Tom excelled at (doing) sports.

How do you Accel at something?

Use accel as a verb. Examples include He accelled when he got to the straight away and Press the gas pedal to make the car accel. Remember the usages for these two words with this hint: Excel is part of excellent and is similar in meaning, while accel is part of accelerate and is similar in meaning.

How do you excel something?

To show superiority; surpass others: excels at tennis. [Middle English excellen, from Latin excellere; see kel- in Indo-European roots.] These verbs mean to be greater or better than someone or something. To excel is to achieve a level higher than another or others: She excelled the other speakers in wit and eloquence.

How do I use quotes in excel?

“Those who mistrust their own abilities are being too wicked to themselves, discouraging themselves from doing what they should have been excelling in. If you are good at discouraging yourself, you cant be a good leader because leadership is built on inspiring others to face challenges.”

What is versatility example?

Versatility is defined as a state of having a wide variety or the ability to change. An example of versatility is when you can work in many different jobs because of your diverse career background. The property of being versatile or having many different abilities; flexibility.

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