qualify

/ˈkwɑːləˌfaɪ/

  • Verb
  • to give (someone) the necessary skill or knowledge to do a particular job or activity
    1. His experience qualifies him for the job.
    2. The training will qualify you to sell insurance.
  • to have the necessary skill or knowledge to do a particular job or activity
    1. They both qualify for the job.
  • to pass an exam or complete a course of study that is required in order to do something
    1. Lawyers may only work in the state in which they qualified. [=passed the exam]
    2. He has just qualified as a doctor/pilot.
  • to have the right to do, have, or be a part of something
    1. Did she qualify to receive financial aid?
    2. Financial assistance is available for those who qualify.
    3. Town residents qualify for a discount on the tickets.
    4. To qualify for the contest, you must be at least 18 years old.
  • to give (someone) the right to do, have, or be a part of something
    1. The win qualifies her to compete in the final race.
    2. The certification qualifies you to teach only in this state.
    3. The insurance plan qualifies you for an eye exam every two years.
    4. Further education will qualify you for a pay raise.
  • to have the skills that are required or do the things that are required to become a member of a team or to be allowed in a competition
    1. Only those racers who qualify will continue to the next round.
    2. She tried to get into the tournament, but she failed to qualify.
    3. She qualified for the Olympic team.
  • to have all the necessary qualities to be thought of or described in a particular way
    1. Does this shirt qualify as business attire?
    2. Living in a camper for a weekend does not qualify as outdoor camping.
    3. A 10–3 victory qualifies as a blowout.
    4. The book is too short to qualify as a novel.
  • to give (someone or something) the right to be thought of or described in a particular way
    1. His brief time in the army doesn't qualify him as a military expert.
  • to make (a statement) more specific or limited in meaning or effect
    1. I would like to qualify [=modify] what I said earlier to avoid any misinterpretation.
  • to limit or describe the meaning of (a word or group of words)
    1. Adjectives qualify nouns.

Những từ liên quan với QUALIFY

ready, permit, empower, enable, commission, endow, designate, mark, equip, describe, meet, authorize, entitle, sanction, score