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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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Ready and willing
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Experienced or shrewd, especially excessively or prematurely so
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Having been changed from an original form
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Having something attributed to oneself
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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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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 make someone, or to become competent or eligible for some position or task
“If it does not qualify me as a teacher, label my advice the ramblings of an old fool, and seek a teacher in whom you have confidence.”
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Past tense for to bestow legal or official authority to
“The course does not qualify you to practise as a therapist.”
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Past tense for to gain accreditation for something by passing a test or exam
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Past tense for be entitled to a particular benefit or privilege by fulfilling a necessary condition
“Their illegal status meant they could not qualify for state benefits and could be ejected during recessions without the host governments facing accusations of compulsory repatriation.”
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Past tense for be or make properly entitled to be classed in a particular way
“This is, of course, a ridiculous contradiction and probably would qualify as a first-class oxymoron.”
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Past tense for lessen, restrict
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“I would qualify that by putting it into context.”
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Past tense for characterize, distinguish
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Past tense for lessen, mitigate
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Past tense for to attach a label to
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Past tense for to improve, refine, or add the finishing touches to
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Past tense for to make experienced
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Past tense for to be recognized by a school or university as having completed the requirements of a degree studied at the institution
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Past tense for to provide a substantiation or justification for
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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 to confine or keep within certain limits
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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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Past tense for to decrease in amount or degree
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