- 1The action of disqualifying or the state of being disqualified: a period of disqualification [count noun]: a ten-year disqualificationMore example sentences
- Instructors will also have to be at least 21 years old and hold a driving licence without disqualification for a period
- Mrs Etheridge warned Stewart that if he drove during the period of disqualification, he could be imprisoned.
- In the case of Christopher Smith the appeal against sentence relates only to the six-year period of disqualification which, Mr Daw submits, is excessive.
- 1.1 [count noun] A fact that disqualifies someone from a position or activity: such an offence is no longer a disqualification for officeMore example sentences
- An amazing litmus test: Deeply held beliefs are a disqualification for high judicial office.
- I suppose that's a disqualification from public office but I wish it wasn't as big a factor as it usually is.
- Since when is being a congressional committee chairman a disqualification for cabinet office?
More definitions of disqualificationDefinition of disqualification in:
- The US English dictionary