Adjective "qualified" definition and examples



Definitions and examples


Officially recognized as being trained to perform a particular job; certified.
  1. 'The military is not in a position single-handedly to either maintain highly qualified cadres or to retain real professionals within its ranks.'
  2. 'Get a second phone line installed or call a qualified technician to run cable to the modem.'
  3. 'There are currently around 600 combatant craft crewmember qualified personnel assigned to the different teams.'
  4. 'A specially designed programme for each stage of pregnancy by a fully qualified Body Control teacher will ensure you feel well throughout.'
  5. 'Previously financial matters were dealt with by qualified accountants, financial advisers.'
  6. 'He does feel qualified enough to talk about the real causes of the coup.'
  7. 'Summer Parks Tennis Programme which involved the hiring of qualified coaches to run daily tennis lessons for children from 6 years upwards.'
  8. 'I think the choice between recommendations of qualified avian vets vs. online armchair professionals is really no choice at all.'
  9. 'The program has expanded to include 23 highly qualified teachers.'
  10. 'Some of them have no qualified instructors, he says.'
  11. 'I was less well qualified than almost anyone present to recollect the olden days'
Not complete or absolute; limited.
  1. 'At the outset, comunicate with your clients about their goals and expectations in adopting a qualified plan.'
  2. 'By the qualified negative which the constitution of the United States, gives to the president, upon all the proceedings of congress, except a question of adjournment.'
  3. 'The American President would have a qualified negative upon the acts of the legislative body; the British King has an absolute negative.'
  4. 'Some rights, perhaps in an attenuated or qualified form, survived the making of the order.'
  5. 'At least in our qualified judgment, the chef at 3Dlabs can certainly reclaim that lost star outside his door.'
  6. 'The first category of decision had to be unanimous; qualified majority could decide the second.'


1. having the qualities, accomplishments, etc., that fit a person for some function, office, or the like.

2. having the qualities, accomplishments, etc., required by law or custom for getting, having, or exercising a right, holding an office, or the like.

3. modified, limited, or restricted in some way: a qualified endorsement.

More examples(as adjective)

"roles can be qualified in practices."

"people can be qualified as teachers."

"ourselveses can be qualified in works."

"fews can be qualified to talks."

"directors can be qualified in people."

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