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requalify

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Definition of requalify in English:

verb (requalifies, requalifying, requalified)

[no object]
Qualify or become eligible for something again: some of the people dropped from the system will be able to requalify for federal aid
More example sentences
  • If you have a professional qualification that is recognised in the UK as being the equivalent of at least three years' university education, you will generally not need to requalify in the EU although you may need some language skills.
  • Forty-five minutes later though, the German's corner-cutting feat was penalised and he was forced to go out and requalify, managing only the 17th hole as the conditioned worsened.
  • The former requalified at the end of the programme as its GDP continued to decline.

Derivatives

requalification

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noun
Example sentences
  • The chief constable of West Yorkshire is trained in firearms and was undergoing a six-monthly requalification at a shooting range.
  • The requalifications were achieved during Exercise Blue Warrior, which was conducted from July 20-22 at Majura Training Area in Canberra.
  • Pan Am International Flight Academy offers initial, recurrent, requalification and upgrade simulator training to airline and corporate flight crews.

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