adjective. ['ˈkwɑːləˌfaɪd'] meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task.
Words that Rhyme with Qualified
Example sentences of the word qualified
1. Verb, past tense
Imagine a soccer team freewheeling without someone qualified to build skills and suggest plays.
Advances in technology fuel the need for qualified workers with science training and knowledge.
Quotes containing the word qualified
1. In a very real sense not one of us is qualified, but it seems that God continually chooses the most unqualified to do his work, to bear his glory. If we are qualified, we tend to think that we have done the job ourselves. If we are forced to accept our evident lack of qualification, then there's no danger that we will confuse God's work with our own, or God's glory with our own.
- Madeleine L'Engle, Walking on Water: Reflections on Faith and Art
2. No matter how qualified or deserving we are, we will never reach a better life until we can imagine it for ourselves and allow ourselves to have it.
- Richard Bach
3. Success sometimes may be defined as a disaster put on hold. Qualified. Has to be.
- Nadine Gordimer, Get a Life
adjective. more than adequately qualified.
adjective. ['ˈkwɑːləˌfaɪd'] holding appropriate documentation and officially on record as qualified to perform a specified function or practice a specified skill.
adjective. ['ˈkwɑːləˌfaɪd'] limited or restricted; not absolute.
adjective. ['ˈkwɑːləˌfaɪd'] contingent on something else.
adjective. ['ˈkwɑːləˌfaɪd'] restricted in meaning; (as e.g.
man' ina tall man').