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{adj: certified, qualified} 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"

{adj: competent} properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient
"a competent typist"
<-> incompetent

{adj: conditional} qualified by reservations

{adj: dependent, dependant, qualified} contingent on something else

{adj: eligible} qualified for or allowed or worthy of being chosen
"eligible to run for office"
"eligible for retirement benefits"
"an eligible bachelor"
<-> ineligible

{adj: entitled} qualified for by right according to law
"we are all entitled to equal protection under the law"

{adj: incompetent} not qualified or suited for a purpose
"an incompetent secret service"
"the filming was hopeless incompetent"
<-> competent

{adj: moderated, qualified} having elements or qualities mixed in proper or suitable proportions; especially made less severe
"justice moderated with mercy"

{adj: obligational} relating or constituting or qualified to create a legal or financial obligation
"obligational authority"

{adj: parenthetic, parenthetical} qualifying or explaining; placed or as if placed in parentheses
"parenthetical remarks"

{adj: professed} professing to be qualified
"a professed philosopher"

{adj: qualified} legally qualified
"a competent witness"

{adj: qualified} limited or restricted; not absolute
"gave only qualified approval"
<-> unqualified

{adj: qualified} meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task
"many qualified applicants for the job"
<-> unqualified

{adj: restricted, qualified} restricted in meaning; (as e.g. `man' in `a tall man')

{adj: unqualified} not limited or restricted
"an unqualified denial"
<-> qualified

{adj: unqualified} not meeting the proper standards and requirements and training
<-> qualified

{adj: unrestricted} not restricted or modified in meaning
"unrestricted verbs are usually stronger than those qualified by adverbs"

{adj: well-qualified} more than adequately qualified
"a well-qualified officer"

{adv: clinically} in a clinical manner
"she is clinically qualified"

{adv: eminently} in an eminent manner
"two subjects on which he was eminently qualified to make an original contribution"

{n: Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, FDIC} a federally sponsored corporation that insures accounts in national banks and other qualified institutions

{n: adjective} the word class that qualifies nouns

{n: adverb} the word class that qualifies verbs or clauses

{n: allowance, adjustment} an amount added or deducted on the basis of qualifying circumstances
"an allowance for profit"

{n: auditor} a qualified accountant who inspects the accounting records and practices of a business or other organization

{n: bar examination, bar exam} an examination conducted at regular intervals to determine whether a candidate is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdiction
"applicants may qualify to take the New York bar examination by graduating from an approved law school"
"he passed the bar exam on his third try"

{n: competence, competency} the quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually
<-> incompetence

{n: dental surgeon} a dentist qualified to perform surgical procedures

{n: dentist, tooth doctor, dental practitioner} a person qualified to practice dentistry

{n: descriptive adjective, qualifying adjective} an adjective that ascribes to its noun the value of an attribute of that noun (e.g., `a nervous person' or `a musical speaking voice')

{n: electorate} the body of enfranchised citizens; those qualified to vote

{n: employable} a person who is qualified and ready to work

{n: fitness} the quality of being qualified

{n: headword, head word} a word that is qualified by a modifier

{n: idyll} an episode of such pastoral or romantic charm as to qualify as the subject of a poetic idyll

{n: legal profession, bar, legal community} the body of individuals qualified to practice law in a particular jurisdiction
"he was admitted to the bar in New Jersey"

{n: master, professional} an authority qualified to teach apprentices

{n: medical profession, medical community} the body of individuals who are qualified to practice medicine

{n: modification, qualifying, limiting} the grammatical relation that exists when a word qualifies the meaning of the phrase

{n: modifier, qualifier} a content word that qualifies the meaning of a noun or verb

{n: passing, pass, qualifying} success in satisfying a test or requirement
"his future depended on his passing that test"
"he got a pass in introductory chemistry"
<-> failing

{n: pilot} a person qualified to guide ships through difficult waters going into or out of a harbor

{n: professional relation} the relation that exists when one person requests and is granted professional help from a qualified source

{n: qualifier} a contestant who meets certain requirements and so qualifies to take part in the next stage of competition
"the tournament was won by a late qualifier"

{n: rabbi} spiritual leader of a Jewish congregation; qualified to expound and apply Jewish law

{n: student teacher, practice teacher} a college student who is teaching under the supervision of a certified teacher in order to qualify for a degree in education

{n: teaching certificate, teacher's certificate} a certificate saying that the holder is qualified to teach in the public schools

{n: third-class mail, third class} mail consisting of printed matter qualifying for reduced postal rates

{n: town meeting} government of a town by an assembly of the qualified voters

{n: wings} stylized bird wings worn as an insignia by qualified pilots or air crew members

{v: award, grant} give on the basis of merit
"Funds are granted to qualified researchers"

{v: capacitate} make legally capable or qualify in law

{v: disqualify, unfit, indispose} make unfit or unsuitable
"Your income disqualifies you"
<-> qualify

{v: disqualify} declare unfit
"She was disqualified for the Olympics because she was a professional athlete"
<-> qualify

{v: habilitate} qualify for teaching at a university in Europe
"He habilitated after his sabbatical at a prestigious American university"

{v: modify, qualify} add a modifier to a constituent

{v: qualify, characterize, characterise} describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of
"You can characterize his behavior as that of an egotist"
"This poem can be characterized as a lament for a dead lover"

{v: qualify, dispose} make fit or prepared
"Your education qualifies you for this job"
<-> disqualify

{v: qualify, measure up} prove capable or fit ; meet requirements

{v: qualify, restrict} make more specific
"qualify these remarks"

{v: qualify} pronounce fit or able
"She was qualified to run the marathon"
"They nurses were qualified to administer the injections"
<-> disqualify

{v: stipulate, qualify, condition, specify} specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement ; make an express demand or provision in an agreement
"The will stipulates that she can live in the house for the rest of her life"
"The contract stipulates the dates of the payments"

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