[ UK /kwˈɒlɪfˌa‍ɪd/ ]
[ US /ˈkwɑɫəˌfaɪd/ ]
  1. limited or restricted; not absolute
    gave only qualified approval
  2. restricted in meaning; (as e.g. `man' in `a tall man')
  3. contingent on something else
  4. holding appropriate documentation and officially on record as qualified to perform a specified function or practice a specified skill
    a registered pharmacist
    a registered hospital
  5. meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task
    many qualified applicants for the job
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How To Use qualified In A Sentence

  • A bit of background about me - I do hardware, firmware, and driver development by profession, so I think I'm qualified to provide a guess as to what and where it went wrong: for any computer, there's the initial "bootloader," which is what we commonly refer to as Discussions: Message List - root
  • But whether the industry can absorb all the qualified architects is a moot point.
  • Faceless, unqualified reviewers define our work, remove our colleagues from panels and routinely breach confidentiality.
  • She is a professionally qualified social worker.
  • inconceivability" is used in the sense of relative inconceivability, it is incorrectly used, unless it is qualified in some way; because, if used without qualification, there is danger of its being confused with inconceivability in its absolute sense. A Candid Examination of Theism
  • This was the case that upheld a Washington law that gave academic scholarships to qualified students, but forbid them from using them to study theology.
  • In public education today, unqualified is the new qualified. Gary Stager: Wanna be a School Reformer? You Better do Your Homework!
  • Democrats believe in all those things too but if you choose not to, we don't lable you un-American or un-qualified to be in any political party. RNC resolution won't 'handcuff' Steele, co-sponsor says
  • In many cases, well-qualified songs from musicals, operettas, vaudeville, and revues, as well as variety shows, music hall, and cafe concert, were recruited for use in cabarets.
  • That's why he's egregiously unqualified for the job.
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