Does the Spanish word "especialistas" have a range of meaning similar to the word "specialists" in English? In English, "specialist" is a general term that can refer to any person who specializes in anything. Is the meaning any more restricted in Spanish? For example, are we to assume that "especialistas" are medical specialists or something?
I was slightly confused by getting this wrong. I wrote They are specialist, with out the s at the end for specialists... In English, there is not a noticeable sound difference between the singular and the plural. I feel credit should be given for this if your answer contains "are" instead of "a" to signify that in English we do understand that they mean plural. Many words (while specialists is technically correct) do not need an s to be plural in English such as "sheep". "It is a sheep" vs "They are sheep".