Verb(1) prove capable or fit; meet requirements(2) pronounce fit or able(3) make more specific(4) make fit or prepared(5) specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement(6) describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of(7) add a modifier to a constituent
(1) his sincere piety, his large heart always qualify his errors(2) the training necessary to qualify as a solicitor(3) According to Government figures, 40 per cent of the elderly who qualify for cash benefits fail to claim.(4) After working for more than fifty years I have been told that I do not qualify for benefits and I receive only Ôö¼├║130 per week to support myself and my wife.(5) In due course you will probably all qualify as psychoanalysts, but whether some or all of you will ever become psychoanalysts is quite another matter.(6) Other proposals are that immigrant workers should not qualify for benefits and a Cabinet Minister should be appointed to co-ordinate policy.(7) In pursuit of this passion, all have put themselves through a rigid training course to qualify as pyrotechnicians.(8) a pensioner who does not qualify for income support(9) 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.(10) I usually qualify my advice by saying I was an MP, not a Chemical Corps officer.(11) Let me begin by assuming, contrary to your submission, that the concluding words qualify only the words ├ö├ç├┐any land risk├ö├ç├û.(12) However the Butterworths edition of the Use Classes Order suggests that those words qualify the whole of the definition.(13) his sincere piety and his large heart always qualify his errors(14) The problem with that is that I work two part-time jobs for two different companies, and so I do not qualify for health benefits with either one.(15) But I still find it necessary to qualify my statement of devotion, making it clear that I recognize why my taste for the band may seem problematic.(16) In spite of criticism from the pulpits, he refused to qualify his unequivocal statements.
(1) qualify for :: kvalificere sig til
1. be eligible for ::
være berettiget til
2. count ::
3. be certified ::
4. authorize ::
5. modify ::
6. characterize ::
7. dispose ::
8. condition ::
9. measure up ::
10. restrict ::
1. disqualify ::
Different Formsqualifies, qualify, qualifying
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