- 1.1 [person] competente, capaz he's competent in his work/as an instructor es competente en su trabajo/como instructor to be competent to +
infinitive/infinitivoestar* capacitado para+ infinitive/infinitivoI'm not competent to judge no estoy capacitado para juzgar I feel competent to deal with the situation me siento capacitado or preparado para hacerle frente a la situaciónMore example sentences1.2 (adequate) aceptable how's her German? — quite competent ¿qué tal habla alemán? — bastante bien
More example sentences1.3 (legally qualified) [Law/Derecho] [court] competente; [witness] hábil
- 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.
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- 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.
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Most first names in Spanish-speaking countries are those of saints. A person's santo, (also known as onomástico in Latin America and onomástica in Spain) is the saint's day of the saint that they are named for. Children were once usually named for the saint whose day they were born on, but this is less common now.