- 1 1.1 (trained) [doctor/teacher/engineer] titulado a shortage of qualified personnel una escasez de personal calificado or (Spain/España) cualificado a highly qualified candidate un candidato muy preparado or con un excelente currículumqualified to +
infinitive/infinitivoI am not qualified to teach in this country no tengo la titulación necesaria para ejercer la docencia en este paísMore example sentences1.2 (competent) (predicative/predicativo) capacitado to be qualified to +
- Childcare centres are getting more funding to pay for better qualified staff.
- The program has expanded to include 23 highly qualified teachers.
- The classes are being conducted by a qualified instructor.
infinitive/infinitivoestar* capacitado para+ infinitive/infinitivoI'm not qualified to speak on the subject no estoy capacitado para hablar sobre el tema 1.3 (eligible) (predicative/predicativo)to be qualified to + infinitive/infinitivohe was not qualified to play for his country no reunía los requisitos necesarios para jugar por su país you may be qualified to receive a grant puede ser que tengas derecho a que te den una beca
- 2 (limited) [acceptance] con reservas it was a qualified success tuvo cierto éxito they gave their qualified approval to the plan aprobaron el plan estipulando ciertas condicionesMore example sentences
- Some rights, perhaps in an attenuated or qualified form, survived the making of the order.
- Under the paragraph 3 process, parents have a qualified right to insist on their preference for a particular school.
- The first category of decision had to be unanimous; qualified majority could decide the second.
Here is a selection of useful words and phrases you will need in real-life situations while you're visiting Spain and other Spanish-speaking countries...
In Central America and Mexico, the word 'botana' means a small portion of food, olives, peanuts etc, usually served with a drink at parties, bars, or social occasions.