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qualification /ˌkwɒləfəˈkeɪʃən, ˌkwɒlɪfəˈkeɪʃən $ ˌkwɑː-/ noun


تعدیل ، شایستگی ، مهارت فنی ، کسب مهارت ، صفت ، شرط ، قید ، وضعیت ، شرایط ، صلاحیت ، توصیف ، معماری: تکلیف ، بازرگانی: صلاحیت ، واجد شرایط ، علوم نظامی: امادگی
مهندسی صنایع: نیروی انسانی: صلاحیت

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

qualification
[noun]
Synonyms:
- attribute, ability, aptitude, capability, eligibility, fitness, quality, skill, suitability
- condition, caveat, limitation, modification, proviso, requirement, reservation, rider, stipulation

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

qualification W3 /ˌkwɒləfəˈkeɪʃən, ˌkwɒlɪfəˈkeɪʃən $ ˌkwɑː-/ noun
[Word Family: noun: qualification, disqualification, qualifier; verb: qualify, disqualify; adjective: qualifiedunqualified, disqualified]

1. [countable usually plural] if you have a qualification, you have passed an examination or course to show you have a particular level of skill or knowledge in a subject:
He left school without any qualifications.
qualification in
We are looking for graduates with qualifications in maths or science.

2. [countable usually plural] a skill, personal quality, or type of experience that makes you suitable for a particular job or position
qualification for
health and fitness qualifications for membership in the Territorial Army
qualification to do something
There have been questions about his qualifications to lead the company.
Does he have the right qualifications to become a Supreme Court Justice?

3. [uncountable] when a person or team reaches a necessary standard, for example by passing an examination or defeating another team:
Upon qualification, you can expect to find work abroad fairly easily.
qualification for
the US qualification for the World Cup

4. [uncountable and countable] something that you add to a statement to limit its effect or meaning Synonym : reservation:
I welcome without qualification the Minister’s proposal.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

qualification
noun
I. skill/knowledge needed for a job, etc.
ADJ. formal, paper, recognized | basic, minimum | entry | further | appropriate, necessary | special, specialist | management, professional, vocational | academic, educational, postgraduate | technical | legal, medical, secretarial, teaching, etc.
VERB + QUALIFICATION acquire, gain, obtain | have, hold Only two of the applicants had the necessary qualifications.
QUALIFICATION + NOUN course, programme a qualification programme in business management
period The job usually has a three-year qualification period.
PREP. ~ for the minimum entry qualification for admission
~ in He held no formal qualification in law.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

qualification
II. weakening of a statement
ADJ. important
VERB + QUALIFICATION add | need, require The term ‘population’ as used here requires qualification.
PREP. with ~s I agree with his view, with a few qualifications.
without ~ The committee supported her proposal, without qualification.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

qualification

have a qualification (also hold a qualification formal)
You don't need to have any qualifications for this job.
lack qualifications
40 percent of the prisoners lack any qualifications.
get a qualification British English (also gain/obtain a qualification formal)
I want to get the qualifications so that I can become a doctor.
academic qualifications
Eva had excellent academic qualifications.
educational qualifications
Too many children leave school without any educational qualifications.
a teaching/medical/legal etc qualification BrE:
She has a degree and a teaching qualification.
a professional qualification British English (=one relating to a professional job, such as a teacher, lawyer etc)
A professional qualification in accountancy would be an advantage.
a vocational qualification British English (=one relating to a skilled job, such as nurse or a builder)
You can study for a vocational qualification in the tourism industry.
formal qualifications (=official qualifications rather than experience)
He has no formal qualifications.
paper qualifications British English often disapproving (=documents showing that you have passed exams, rather than actual experience of doing something)
We often find that paper qualifications are no guide to ability.
a recognized qualification (=one that is accepted by people as good)
Trainees can work towards a recognised vocational qualification.
good/excellent qualifications
Good qualifications are a passport to success.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

qualification
noun
BAD: I am taking another course to improve my qualification.
GOOD: I am taking another course to improve my qualifications.

Usage Note:
qualifications (plural) = the examination passes, skills and experience that you need for a particular job: 'I'd like to apply for the job but I don't have the right qualifications.'
qualification = a degree, diploma, certificate etc: 'Do you have a postgraduate qualification?' Speakers of American English use degree, diploma, certificate etc for this meaning.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Common Errors


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