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Adjective
Having the relevant or required qualifications or skills
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“A few sessions with a qualified instructor can go a long way in smoothing the learning curve.”
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Not complete or absolute
“I would answer with a qualified yes, at least on the theoretical level.”
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Of or relating to comparison
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(of a person) Pertaining to one who makes a living from a particular activity
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Arranged or existing for the present, possibly to be changed later
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Prepared for use or action
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Diluted
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Experienced or shrewd, especially excessively or prematurely so
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Ready and willing
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Relating to only a part
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Clearly expressed or identified
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Constrained under authority or power
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Having been changed from an original form
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Given official approval after meeting certain standards, as an accredited university
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Successful in producing a desired or intended result
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Kept specially for a particular person
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Capable of being trusted
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To have permitted (someone) to have or do something
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Past tense for to bestow legal or official authority to
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“It's important to remember that none of the above programs will qualify you to practice medicine.”
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Past tense for to gain accreditation for something by passing a test or exam
“We had evidence given to us of the case of a man who took 14 years to qualify as an electrician.”
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Past tense for to make, or become, competent or prepared for some position or task
“Being the star pitcher on the championship baseball team, or the sweet young thing with plenty of charm, does not qualify you to be president of the student council.”
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Past tense for to be entitled to a particular benefit or privilege by fulfilling a necessary condition
“Their undocumented status meant they could not qualify for state benefits.”
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Past tense for to be, or to make properly entitled to be, classed in a particular way
“The child failed to qualify as a citizen because his father failed to live in the country for at least ten years.”
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Past tense for to characterize something by listing its qualities
“It was an interesting excursion, although I don't think I would qualify it as a success.”
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Past tense for to make (something) less severe or extreme
“Along the way, I must qualify extreme principles in various ways and then challenge my students with examinations and term paper reports about my lectures.”
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Past tense for to slightly modify, especially of a statement by adding reservations or conditions
“But I still find it necessary to qualify my statement of devotion, making it clear that I recognize why my taste for the band may seem problematic.”
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Past tense for to represent or estimate at less than the true value or significance
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Past tense for to attach a label to
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Past tense for to have completed a course studied at an educational institution
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Past tense for to provide a substantiation or justification for
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Past tense for distinguish
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Past tense for to fit by alteration
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Past tense for to excuse or be a good reason for
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Past tense for to say or write as a reaction
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Past tense for to learn or be taught through sustained practice, study or instruction
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Past tense for quell the anger, agitation, or excitement of
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Past tense for make thinner; weaken
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Past tense for to cause to proceed or move at a slower pace
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