Translation of qualified in Spanish:
- 1 1.1 (trained)(doctor/teacher/engineer)a shortage of qualified personnela highly qualified candidateuna escasez de personal calificado or (Spain) cualificadoqualified to +un candidato muy preparado or con un excelente currículum
infinitiveI am not qualified to teach in this countryno tengo la titulación necesaria para ejercer la docencia en este paísExample sentences1.2 (competent) (predicative) 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.
infinitiveI'm not qualified to speak on the subjectestar capacitado para+ infinitive1.3 (eligible) (predicative) to be qualified to +no estoy capacitado para hablar sobre el tema infinitivehe was not qualified to play for his countryyou may be qualified to receive a grantno reunía los requisitos necesarios para jugar por su paíspuede ser que tengas derecho a que te den una beca
- 2 (limited)(acceptance)it was a qualified successcon reservasthey gave their qualified approval to the plantuvo cierto éxitoaprobaron el plan estipulando ciertas condicionesExample 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.
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