- But it may be some time before they do their part to teach young people all the skills necessary to become competent, successful adults.
- As a result, colleges of agriculture must ensure that graduates are competent in computer skills necessary for success with regard to these trends.
- Please approach a general surgeon who is competent to do both forms of surgery.
- Use words that show her that she is competent, capable, and talented.
- For example, there's an ingrained distrust in our society of highly intelligent, highly trained, highly competent persons.
- Tang and Siew are both talented and competent persons.
- K - 19: The Widowmaker is a competent, satisfactory submarine movie.
- We'd been warned about possible poor service, but actually it was competent, if not outstanding.
- But most were at least competent, some outstanding.
- In other words, this is a finding of fact for the competent authority dealing with the case in the first instance and which, for reasons we give hereunder, we should not interfere with.
- I went to court because the court is the only competent authority to judge whether the allegation holds or not.
- It is a question of fact and degree in respect of which the court will only interfere with the decision of the competent authority if its conclusion is plainly wrong.
- ‘This work challenges the view that neonates are not immune competent at birth,’ said Dr Griebel.
- The corrected reticulocyte index should be elevated in patients with an acute anemia but a competent bone marrow.
- Thirdly, simvastatin inhibits endothelial cell apoptosis and preserves ischaemic vasculature, perhaps maintaining a competent vascular supply to the macula.
Late Middle English (in the sense 'suitable, adequate'): from Latin competent-, from the verb competere in its earlier sense 'be fit or proper' (see compete).
Palabras que riman con competentomnicompetent
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Saltos de línea: com|pe¦tent
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