- adj.有资格的，胜任的，适当的，合格的; 过检定的，得到许可的; 有限制的，有条件的; （俚）十足的，无比的;
- 比较级: more qualified;
- 最高级: most qualified;
You cannot assume that a speaker of English is ipso facto qualified to teach English.
a newly qualified doctor
I qualified as a doctor from London University over 30 years ago.
It's under 7 percent only because statistics don't count the people who aren't qualified to be in the work force.
The General is ideally qualified for the job.
Nursing auxiliaries provide basic care, but are not qualified nurses.
Mr Wade answers both questions with a qualified yes.
As Faldo's final putt rattled in, he qualified to join a select band of illustrious sportsmen.
Therapists cannot prescribe drugs as they are not necessarily medically qualified.
There are problems in recruiting suitably qualified scientific officers for NHS laboratories.
This man was not qualified to drive and was speeding.
Nottingham Forest qualified for the final by beating Tranmere on Tuesday.
But when I'd qualified and started teaching it was a different story.
A grade B judge could only be allowed to judge alongside a qualified grade A judge.
Some of them have qualified for help with monthly payments.
The reviews for "On a Clear Day" ran the gamut from contempt to qualified rapture .
No member of the team was medically qualified and its methods were considered totally unscientific.
Jane is well qualified for this teaching job.
His statement was too general and should have been qualified with phrase " in most cases ".
他的话太笼统,本应加上 “ 在大多数情况下 ” 加以限制.
His past experience qualified him to handle such a delicate matter.
He recognised that he was not qualified for a teacher.
His proposal was qualified as practical.
He qualified his coffee with cognac.
There is a shortage of well qualified teachers of foreign languages, especially of French and Japanese.
He is recognized to be a qualified announcer.
Find someone better qualified ( than myself ).
She is highly qualified to be a teacher.
He is qualified to do [ for doing ] the work.
He is qualified to teach English.
Still, at the most selective schools, where thousands of candidates may submit identically high grades and test scores, a marginal item like the essay may serve as a tie-breaker between two equally qualified candidates.
Professor Robert Summers at Cornell Law School banned laptop computers from his thinks qualified lawyers need to possess a broad array of complex reasoning abilities.
The university has poured resources into peer counseling to help students from inner-city schools adjust to the rigor (严格要求) and faster pace of a university classroom –and also to help minority students overcome the stereotype that they are less qualified.
To tackle the problem of graduation gap, the University of Wisconsin-Madison helps minority students get over the stereotype that that they are less qualified
The woman isn't qualified to take the course the man mentioned.
Another challenge for more than a million of the most qualified farm workers and managers is a non-existent path to citizenship.
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1. meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task;
"many qualified applicants for the job"
2. limited or restricted; not absolute;
"gave only qualified approval"
3. 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"
4. restricted in meaning; (as e.g. `man' in `a tall man')
5. having elements or qualities mixed in proper or suitable proportions; especially made less severe;
"justice moderated with mercy"
6. contingent on something else
7. legally qualified;
"a competent witness"
qualify[v.[使]具有资格, 证明合格, 限制修饰 v.限制, 限定]+ed表形容词→qualified有资格的
qualitative 性质上的, 定性的
qualification 资格, 条件, 限制, 限定, 赋予资格
qual某一种类,资格+ification表名词→n.资格, 条件, 限制, 限定, 赋予资格
quality 质量, 品质, 性质
qual某一种类,资格+ity表名词→n.质量, 品质, 性质
qualify [使]具有资格, 证明合格, 限制修饰
qual某一种类,资格+ify表动词→v.[使]具有资格, 证明合格, 限制修饰 v.限制, 限定