Definition of 'qualified'
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All of the people who work for me are fully qualified and trustworthy. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The policy was a qualified success. The British way in Warfare - 1688-2000 (1990)He became a qualified instructor and was proud that he introduced more than 800 people to gliding. Times, Sunday Times (2011)The incident could have been infinitely worse, and the day ended as a qualified success. Dusty Warriors: Modern Soldiers at War (2006)So far auto-enrolment appears to be a qualified success. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Overall, the programme has been a qualified success. Times, Sunday Times (2014)It was a qualified success. The Sun (2007)Others far better qualified than I have judged him as a footballer. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A free 90-minute lesson with a qualified instructor will help with confidence. The Sun (2016)And they are still out there now, killing the game and blundering into the path of backs who are far better qualified to attack. Times, Sunday Times (2009)Beginners can learn new sailing skills and get certified with a qualified instructor, while experienced sailors can crew their own yachts in the flotilla. The Sun (2012)He adds that through his career'people far better qualified than me' have handled anthropology. Times, Sunday Times (2007)There are qualified instructors on hand and you can book lessons for some activities if you like, though some of the advice comes for free. The Sun (2013)As a qualified fitness instructor you can expect to earn between 12,000 and 14,000 a year. The Sun (2009)Beginners, or those with limited sailing experience, can join a qualified instructor on a tuition yacht. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I'm a qualified yoga instructor. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'qualified'
British English: qualified /ˈkwɒlɪˌfaɪd/ ADJECTIVE
If you give someone or something qualified support or approval, you give support or approval that is not total and suggests that you have some doubts.
He answered both questions with a qualified yes.
- American English: qualified
- Arabic: مُؤَهَّل
- Brazilian Portuguese: qualificado
- Chinese: 有资格的
- Croatian: uvjetan
- Czech: kvalifikovaný
- Danish: kvalificeret
- Dutch: gekwalificeerd
- European Spanish: cualificado
- Finnish: pätevä
- French: qualifié
- German: qualifiziert
- Greek: αρμόδιος
- Italian: qualificato
- Japanese: 資格のある
- Korean: 자격 있는
- Norwegian: kvalifisert
- Polish: wykwalifikowany
- European Portuguese: qualificado
- Romanian: calificat
- Russian: квалифицированный
- Spanish: calificado
- Swedish: meriterad
- Thai: ที่มีคุณสมบัติ
- Turkish: nitelikli
- Ukrainian: кваліфікований
- Vietnamese: đủ trình độ
Definition of qualified from the Collins English Dictionary
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