qualified


qualified
adj.
1 having completed a course of study
VERBS
be
become, get
ADVERB
highly, well

The teaching staff are all highly qualified.

fully, properly (esp. BrE)

a fully qualified electrician

newly, recently (both BrE)

newly qualified doctors

appropriately, suitably (both esp. BrE)

Applications are invited from suitably qualified individuals.

sufficiently
academically (esp. AmE), legally, medically, professionally (esp. BrE)

He is a medically qualified doctor.

She is a professionally qualified social worker.

PREPOSITION
as

She is now qualified as a teacher. (BrE)

2 having the skill needed to do sth
VERBS
be, feel

Elaine did not feel qualified to comment.

ADVERB
eminently, ideally, uniquely, well

My father was well qualified to act the part of a head teacher.

technically

I'm not technically qualified to say anything.

3 limited in some way
VERBS
be
ADVERB
heavily (esp. BrE)

The proposals received heavily qualified approval.

Qualified is used with these nouns: ↑accountant, ↑applicant, ↑approval, ↑barrister, ↑candidate, ↑dentist, ↑doctor, ↑electrician, ↑engineer, ↑expert, ↑GP, ↑individual, ↑inspector, ↑instructor, ↑lawyer, ↑librarian, ↑midwife, ↑nurse, ↑personnel, ↑physician, ↑physiotherapist, ↑pilot, ↑professional, ↑social worker, ↑solicitor, ↑specialist, ↑staff, ↑success, ↑support, ↑surgeon, ↑teacher, ↑technician, ↑therapist, ↑vet, ↑veterinarian, ↑volunteer, ↑welcome, ↑workforce

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  • qualified — qual|i|fied S3 [ˈkwɔlıfaıd US ˈkwa: ] adj 1.) having suitable knowledge, experience, or skills, especially for a particular job well/suitably/highly qualified ▪ Dawn is well qualified for her new role. qualified to do sth ▪ The guides are… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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