competently

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الإنجليزية - التركية
yeteneklice
competent
yetkin

Ben son derece yetkinim. - I am extremely competent.

competent
ehil
competent
işin ehli

Sanırım o işin ehli biridir. - I think he's a competent person.

Tom işin ehli görünüyordu. - Tom seemed competent.

competent
yetkili

Yeni garson çok daha yetkili olmalıdır. - The new waiter should be much more competent.

Bana çok yetkili bir kişi olduğun söylendi. - I've been told that you're a very competent person.

competent
yetenekli

Tom oldukça yetenekli. - Tom is quite competent.

O ünlü bir şair ve yetenekli bir diplomattı. - He was a famous poet and a competent diplomat.

competent
{s} yeterli
competent
iyi/yetkili/becerikli
competent
becerili
competent
muktedir
competent
(Jeoloji) sert
competent
usta

Biz son derece ustayız. - We are extremely competent.

competent
becerikli
competent
doyurucu
competent
işin üstesinden gelebilen
competent
(Jeoloji) sağlam
competent
iktidarlı
competent
erbab
competent
işi bilen
competent
(Jeoloji) dayanımlı
competent
çok iyi
accurately, competently
doğru, yetkin
competent
kabiliyetli
competent
{s} yasal
competent
işinin ehli olan
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
{a} properly, fitly, reasonably
in a competent capable manner; "they worked competently"
In a competent manner; adequately; suitably
capably, ably, proficiently, skillfully
In a competent manner
in a competent capable manner; "they worked competently
competent
Having jurisdiction or authority over a particular issue or question

judicial authority having competent jurisdiction.

competent
qualified
competent
{a} fit, suitable, qualified, sufficient
competent
able to do well those things one does; capable; skilled in doing what one does; measuring up to the demands of one's activities
competent
{s} capable, fit, suitably skilled, well qualified
competent
properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient; "a competent typist"
competent
Someone who is competent is efficient and effective. He was a loyal, distinguished and very competent civil servant. a competent performance. + competently com·pe·tent·ly The government performed competently in the face of multiple challenges
competent
Able to take up exogenous DNA and thereby be transformed
competent
adequate for the purpose; "a competent performance" properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient; "a competent typist
competent
adequate for the purpose; "a competent performance"
competent
Rightfully or properly belonging; incident; followed by to
competent
Legally qualified
competent
Capable of doing a certain thing; having capacity to understand, and act reasonably Topic areas: Governance, Staff Development and Organizational Capacity, Operations Management and Leadership
competent
-Ability of flowing water to transport large particles
competent
A term for a buyer who is "legally fit to enter into a sales contract"
competent
Competent, when referring to a worker, means adequately qualified, suitably trained, and with sufficient experience to safely perform work with or without minimal supervision
competent
properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient; "a competent typist
competent
If you are competent to do something, you have the skills, abilities, or experience necessary to do it well. Most adults do not feel competent to deal with a medical emergency involving a child. = qualified
competent
capable of doing a certain thing; having capacity to understand, and act reasonably
competent
Having sufficient skill, knowledge, ability, or qualifications
competent
Duly qualified; answering all requirements; having sufficient ability or authority; possessing the requisite natural or legal qualifications; able; adequate; suitable; sufficient; capable; legally fit / A testator may be said to be "competent" if he has mental capacity to understand the nature of his act, to understand and recollect the nature and situation of his property and his relations to persons having claims on his bounty and whose interests affected by his will I When generally applied to arbitrators, the term does not mean "expert" (Page 355) TOP
competent
The ability to make decisions for ones self as determined through due process in a court of law
competent
In a genetic sense, the ability to take up DNA
competent
In mortgages and other contracts, competent essentially means "legally fit " For example, a competent buyer is a buyer who has the required age, ability and authority to sign a sales contract
competent
Answering to all requirements; adequate; sufficient; suitable; capable; legally qualified; fit
competent
Vocational education term Refers to when you can actually perform a skill (usually unsupervised)
competent
A term for a buyer who is legally fit to enter into a sales contract
competently
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