qualify

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İngilizce - Türkçe
vasıflandırmak
{f} nitelendirmek
değerlendirmek
{f} yeterlik kazanmak
{f} hakkını vermek
{f} karakterize etmek
{f} sınırlamak
{f} nitelemek
{f} yeterli hale getirmek
gram nitelemek
nitele/yeterli kıl
{f} yetki vermek
{f} şart koymak
kalifiye etmek
{f} tanımlamak
{f} dilb. nitelemek
{f} finale çıkmak
kalifiye olmak
{f} su katmak
hak kazandırmak
{f} kısmak
(Askeri) VASIFLANDIRMAK EHLİYET VERMEK, TAVSİF ETMEK
nitele
ehliyet kazanmak
değiştirmek
{f} kısıtlamak
{f} seçmelerde kazanmak
{f} hafifletmek
sınırlandırmak
yeterli kılmak
hak kazanmak

İndirime hak kazanmak için ne kadar erken rezervasyon yapmalıyım? - How early do I have to make a reservation to qualify for the discount?

yeterli olmak
belirlemek
ölçmek
(Kanun) ehil kılmak
nitelendirilmek
qualified
kalifiye

Daha kalifiye birisini işe almış olmaları gerekiyordu. - They should have hired someone more qualified.

Görev için kalifiye olması onun en az iki yılını alacak. - It will take him at least two years to be qualified for that post.

qualified
nitelikli

Tom bir kalp cerrahı olmak için niteliklidir. - Tom is qualified to be a heart surgeon.

Onun bu görev için nitelikli olması en az iki yılını alacak. - It will take her at least two years to be qualified for that post.

qualified
vasıflı

Tom bu iş için Mary kadar vasıflı değil. - Tom isn't as qualified for the job as Mary is.

Bunu yapmak için vasıflı tek kişiyim. - I'm the only one qualified to do this.

qualify as a doctor
doktor olmak
qualify as a doctor
doktorluk sınavını geçmek
qualify as news
haber değeri taşımak
qualify for final
(Spor) finale yükselmek
qualify for final
(Spor) finale çıkmak
qualify for the next round
bir üst tura geçmek
qualify out of the group
(Spor) gruptan çıkmak
qualified
{s} kaliteli
qualified
sınırlı/nitelikli
qualified
kalifiye,v.nitele: adj.nitelikli
qualified
{s} şartlı
qualified
{s} kalifiye, nitelikli, vasıflı, ehliyetli: a qualified worker kalifiye bir işçi
qualified
ehliyeti olan
qualified
nitelendirilmiş

Guatemala bir defasında muz cumhuriyeti olarak nitelendirilmişti. - Guatemala was once qualified as a banana republic.

qualified
(Askeri) EHLİYETLİ, EHLİYET DERECELİ, KALİFİYE: Bazı görev veya mevkilerde; bir silah, makine veya aleti kullanmada resmi bir ehliyet derecesine sahip olan kimse
qualified
{s} belgeli
qualified
belirtili
qualified
{f} nitele

O bir doktor olarak nitelendirilir. - He is qualified as a doctor.

Guatemala bir defasında muz cumhuriyeti olarak nitelendirilmişti. - Guatemala was once qualified as a banana republic.

qualified
{s} yetkili
qualified
(Kanun) şarta bağlı
qualified
{s} ehliyetli, ehliyeti olan: a qualified driver ehliyetli
qualified
{s} kısıtlı
qualified
yetişmiş
qualifier
nitelendirici
qualifying
niteleme
qualified
ehil
qualified
uygun
qualified
(Askeri) uzman
qualified
{s} yeterli
qualified
(Askeri) ehliyet dereceli
qualified
sınırlı
qualifying
{i} niteleme
qualifying
{f} nitele
qualified
kalifiyeli
qualifier
nitele

Bir terimin birleşik anlamından dolayı, bir niteleyicinin kullanımı benzemeyen örnekleri engeller. - An application of a qualifier precludes non-partaking instances from the compound meaning of a term.

qualifying
niteleyerek
third person singular of qualify
üçüncü kişi hak ve tekil
qualifier
niteleyici

Bir terimin birleşik anlamından dolayı, bir niteleyicinin kullanımı benzemeyen örnekleri engeller. - An application of a qualifier precludes non-partaking instances from the compound meaning of a term.

qualifying
niteleyici
qualifying
(sıfat) niteleyici
İngilizce - İngilizce
To throw and catch each object at least twice
to certify or license someone for something
to compete successfully in some stage of a competition and become eligible for the next stage
to describe or characterize something by listing its qualities
to make someone, or to become competent or eligible for some position or task
To mitigate, alleviate (something); to make less disagreeable

he balmes and herbes thereto applyde, / And euermore with mighty spels them charmd, / That in short space he has them qualifyde, / And him restor'd to health, that would haue algates dyde.

to modify, limit, restrict or moderate something
to endow or furnish with requisite ability, character, knowledge, skill, or possessions
{v} to make fit, lessen, abate, soften
To qualify as something or to be qualified as something means to have all the features that are needed to be that thing. 13 percent of American households qualify as poor, says Mr. Mishel These people seem to think that reading a few books on old age qualifies them as experts
specify as a condition or requirement in a contract or agreement; make an express demand or provision in an agreement; "The will stipulates that she can live in the house for the rest of her life"; "The contract stipulates the dates of the payments"
make fit or prepared; "Your education qualifies you for this job"
To meet a mortgage lender's approval requirements
make more specific; "qualify these remarks"
to take a solo, timed run to determine the rider's place in the starting line
Ability to meet a lender's mortgage approval requirements
prove capable or fit; meet requirements
To determine whether an existing executable that runs on a previous release of HP-UX will run correctly on a new release of HP-UX May require minor source changes and/or recompiling on the previous release
If you qualify a statement, you make it less strong or less general by adding a detail or explanation to it. I would qualify that by putting it into context. see also qualified
Hence, to soften; to abate; to diminish; to assuage; to reduce the strength of, as liquors
To be entitled to
to moderate
To soothe; to cure; said of persons
Ability to meet a lenders mortgage approval requirements
In the selling process, to make sure that people have a need for the product, the authority to buy, and the willingness to listen to a sales message
To make such as is required; to give added or requisite qualities to; to fit, as for a place, office, occupation, or character; to furnish with the knowledge, skill, or other accomplishment necessary for a purpose; to make capable, as of an employment or privilege; to supply with legal power or capacity
If you qualify for something or if something qualifies you for it, you have the right to do it or have it. To qualify for maternity leave you must have worked for the same employer for two years The basic course does not qualify you to practise as a therapist. skills that qualify foreigners for work visas. highly trained staff who are well qualified to give unbiased, practical advice
If you qualify in a competition, you are successful in one part of it and go on to the next stage. Nottingham Forest qualified for the final by beating Tranmere on Tuesday Cameroon have also qualified after beating Sierra Leone. a World Cup qualifying match. + qualifier qualifiers quali·fi·er Kenya's Robert Kibe was the fastest qualifier for the 800 metres final
{f} train, certify; meet the minimum standards; limit, restrict; attribute a quality or characteristic; moderate, modify
To be or become qualified; to be fit, as for an office or employment
pronounce fit or able; "She was qualified to run the marathon"; "They nurses were qualified to administer the injections"
To obtain legal power or capacity by taking the oath, or complying with the forms required, on assuming an office
To give individual quality to; to modulate; to vary; to regulate
Ability to meet a loan program's predetermined guidelines for income, assets, credit history, debt, etc
To reduce from a general, undefined, or comprehensive form, to particular or restricted form; to modify; to limit; to restrict; to restrain; as, to qualify a statement, claim, or proposition
describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of; "You can characterize his behavior as that of an egotist"; "This poem can be characterized as a lament for a dead lover"
To advance to a final race event by finish position in a heat race
Completion of a set course of training by a student
(mortgage term) Ability to meet a lender's mortgage approval requirements
When someone qualifies, they pass the examinations that they need to be able to work in a particular profession. But when I'd qualified and started teaching it was a different story I qualified as a doctor from London University over 30 years ago
make more specific; "qualify these remarks" make fit or prepared; "Your education qualifies you for this job" describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of; "You can characterize his behavior as that of an egotist"; "This poem can be characterized as a lament for a dead lover" pronounce fit or able; "She was qualified to run the marathon"; "They nurses were qualified to administer the injections" prove capable or fit; meet requirements
is the way to make statement less general or extreme or give something the qualities Question: is a form of expression in speech or writing that requests an answer from something Back to Top
v kalifye
add a modifier to a constituent
qualify for
be fit for, be prepared for
qualify for a post
be suited for a position, be appropriate for a job
qualified
Simple past tense and past participle of qualify
qualified
Meeting the standards, requirements, and training for a position
qualifier
A preliminary stage of a competition
qualifier
A contestant who qualifies for a stage in a competition
qualifier
A word or phrase, such as an adjective or adverb, that describes or characterizes another word or phrase, such as a noun or verb; a modifier; that adds or subtracts attributes to another
qualified
competent
To qualify
modificate
pre-qualify
a lender informally determines the maximum amount an individual is eligible to borrow
pre-qualify
Preliminary indications on how large a mortgage a buyer can quality for
pre-qualify
Ability to meet a lender's mortgage approval requirements
pre-qualify
An informal process that determines how much home a borrower can finance However, all details are not officially checked and being pre-qualified does not guarantee being able to obtain the loan
pre-qualify
Informal determination by a lender or broker of how large a mortgage a buyer can afford
pre-qualify
An informal estimate of the amount of money a homebuyer can obtain through a mortgage loan
qualified
Restricted or limited by conditions
qualified
If you give someone or something qualified support or approval, your support or approval is not total because you have some doubts. The government has given qualified support to the idea unqualified
qualified
The status that allows an affiliate to be paid commissions on other affiliates in their organisation
qualified
holding appropriate documentation and officially on record as qualified to perform a specified function or practice a specified skill; "a registered pharmacist"; "a registered hospital"
qualified
If fewer than five names are in the Best Qualified and Better Qualified categories, agencies interview from all three categories
qualified
restricted in meaning; (as e g `man' in `a tall man')
qualified
{s} certified, licensed; able, competent; modified, limited
qualified
Someone who is qualified has passed the examinations that they need to pass in order to work in a particular profession. Demand has far outstripped supply of qualified teachers
qualified
If you describe something as a qualified success, you mean that it is only partly successful. Even as a humanitarian mission it has been only a qualified success
qualified
meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task; "many qualified applicants for the job"
qualified
contingent on something else
qualified
eligible
qualified
Not subject to taxes
qualified
restricted
qualified
Term formerly used to indicate a fighter who was sufficiently well trained to take part in combat at official events Pursuant to legal advice, the SCA now requires use of the word "Authorized" instead, to connote less of a value judgment about the competence of the fighter in question
qualified
Recognition of an individual's ability to perform a function by means of completion of the required training program, permit, license, or other accepted authority
qualified
Modified; limited; as, a qualified statement
qualified
past of qualify
qualified
limited or restricted; not absolute; "gave only qualified approval
qualified
means that the job-related knowledge, skills, abilities, competencies, and other qualifications of an applicant or candidate meet or exceed the requirements for a position in the civil service job specifications
qualified
legally qualified; "a competent witness"
qualified
Fitted by accomplishments or endowments
qualified
An annuity that is sold as part of a tax-qualified plan such as an IRA, Keogh, SEP, or company pension plan
qualified
limited or restricted; not absolute; "gave only qualified approval"
qualified
having elements or qualities mixed in proper or suitable proportions; especially made less severe; "justice moderated with mercy"
qualified
legally qualified; "a competent witness" meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task; "many qualified applicants for the job" limited or restricted; not absolute; "gave only qualified approval
qualifier
a contestant who meets certain requirements and so qualifies to take part in the next stage of competition; "the tournament was won by a late qualifier"
qualifier
A qualifier is an early round or match in some competitions. The players or teams who are successful are able to continue to the next round or to the main competition. Last week Wales lost 5-1 to Romania in a World Cup qualifier
qualifier
A function signature used to select association members in a qualified association
qualifier
A word or phrase, such as an adjective or adverb, that qualifies another word or phrase, such as a noun or verb; a modifier
qualifier
a word that expresses the quantity of a noncount noun Ex : "some water"
qualifier
The code used in conjunction with a key to select a particular screen and its functionality
qualifier
In grammar, a qualifier is a word or group of words that comes after a noun and gives more information about the person or thing that the noun refers to. see also qualify
qualifier
When you attend an R/C car race, you will normally have two or three qualification races, then you will race in your Main Event The way racers are sorted varies between different events, but usually you will have your best "qualifying time" determine what Main you will race in (some racing organizations use FTD, or Fastest Time of the Day, to determine qualifying order) The qualifying time refers to the number of laps you are able to complete during the qualifying race (each qualifier is normally 4 or 5 minutes) If you tie with someone else who has the same number of laps, the lowest elapsed time will win See the entry for Main Event to see how the rest of a race event is run
qualifier
An ID assigned after the jobname (generally separated from the jobname by a period) such as SI05$ 2, and used to differentiate multiple executions of the same jobname within one generation of an application (procedure)
qualifier
A data-name which is used in a reference together with another data name at a lower level in the same hierarchy A section-name which is used in a reference together with a paragraph-name specified in that section A library-name which is used in a reference together with a text-name associated with that library
qualifier
An indication of the level of probability of a claim
qualifier
A means of limiting a search by excluding whole classes of records from the search results
qualifier
A construct used, during searching, to specify the field or fields in which a given search term should appear
qualifier
Additional information you can provide to make a command perform differently from the default behavior
qualifier
a data element whose value shall be expressed as a code that gives specific meaning to the function of another data element or a segment [ISO 9735]
qualifier
(See VERISIGN QUALIFIER)
qualifier
An association attribute or tuple of attributes whose values partition the set of objects related to an object across an association
qualifier
The first unit of a parameter That is, a parameter can be defined as /Qualifier=Value All qualifiers are preceded with a slash (/) Some qualifiers have values (for example /BEGin=100), but not all do (for example /BATch) Modifies the action of a DCL or GCG command For more information, see "Using Program Qualifiers" in Chapter 3, Using Programs
qualifier
{i} modifier, word that modifies the meaning of another word (Grammar); limiter, something that restricts; authorizer, trainer
qualifier
subclass of LogicalElement A list of attributes that indexes the set of values associated with a single object in an association to split a set into subsets, often scalars Usually implemented by a dictionary
qualifier
The first unit of a parameter That is, a parameter can be defined as -qualifier=value All qualifiers are preceded with a dash (-) Some qualifiers have values (for example -BEGin=100), but not all do (for example -BATch) Modifies the action of a UNIX or GCG command For more information, see "Using Program Qualifiers" in Chapter 3, Using Programs
qualifier
One who, or that which, qualifies; that which modifies, reduces, tempers or restrains
qualifier
A data element that gives a generic data element a specific meaning
qualifier
A person who qualifies for something
qualifier
a content word that qualifies the meaning of a noun or verb
qualifier
In High-Low games, it is a requirement the Low hand must meet to win the pot
qualifier
A data element whose value shall be expressed as a code that gives specific meaning to the function of another data element or a segment
qualifier
A prospective student athlete who has already met grade requirements in core academic courses and has also attained the minimum qualifying score on either the SAT or the ACT Since entrance requirements vary among colleges, merely attaining the minimum academic requirements established by the NCAA or NAIA will not ensure acceptance by a particular college or university
qualifier
Something that describes or characterizes an object In the case of Dublin Core, a qualifier refines an element's meaning A qualifier must follow the Dumb-Down Principle There are two broad categories of qualifiers: Encoding schema and Element refinement
qualifier
A database that contains one or more tables
qualifier
A MathML content element that is used to specify the value of a specific named parameter in the application of selected pre-defined functions
qualifier
In high-low split games, the qualifier is a requirement that a hand must meet in order to be eligible for part of the pot, generally the low part See 8 or better
qualifies
third person singular of qualify
qualifying
The competition to see who run the fastest lap to earn the pole position Also used to determine the starting order of drivers in the race
qualifying
The one-hour period on Saturdays in which drivers are allowed a maximum of 12 laps to set the best time they can, with the driver who laps fastest then starting the race from the front of the grid
qualifying
Determining the maximum purchase price of a house that a buyer could afford
qualifying
The process of determining whether a buyer is financially able to obtain a mortgage by checking credit history, present and previous employment, and any other sources which may help to determine the buyers financial capabilities
qualifying
All the drivers go out one at a time and try to make their best lap They are ranked from fastest to slowest and that's the order they start the race
qualifying
(1) (of a tournament session) from which the highest scorers proceed to the next round
qualifying
the grammatical relation that exists when a word qualifies the meaning of the phrase
qualifying
referring to or qualifying another sentence element; "relative pronoun"; "relative clause
qualifying
In sales, the process of determining if a prospect will make a good customer Determining which travel product is right for a customer by asking questions
qualifying
success in satisfying a test or requirement; "his future depended on his passing that test"; "he got a pass in introductory chemistry"
qualifying
Determining that the prospect is really a potential customer
qualifying
There is usually a limit to how much lenders will loan a particular borrower depending on the borrower's income, debt ratio, net worth, assets, credit history, and other items That limit represents the amount for which the borrower can qualify
qualifying
referring to or qualifying another sentence element; "relative pronoun"; "relative clause"
qualifying
present participle of qualify
qualifying
Process of demonstrating a person is credit worthy and has enough money to buy a property Institutional sellers may require "proof" in the form of a letter from a lender or some verification of the source of funds if the sale is cash Quiet Title - Legal process to eliminate title problems Quitclaim - A form of deed in which the grantor is giving the grantee rights to a property but makes no warranties about rights others may have R
qualifying
Process determining an individual's financial ability to meet the terms of a loan When selling real estate, the sales broker must qualify the buyer to make certain he/she has the financial ability to purchase the property
qualifying
In personal sales, the process of determining whether potential customers have the authority to buy and the ability to pay for a product
qualifying
A special practice session that takes place between 1: 00 and 2: 00 p m on the Saturday preceding a Formula One race Qualifying practice allows each driver a maximum 12 laps His best time establishes his position on the race grid: the fastest drivers at the front and the slowest at the rear Should a driver exceed 12 laps, all of his lap times are cancelled The fastest driver starts from pole position
qualifying
The process whereby the lender assesses the borrowers' ability to re-pay the loan
qualifying
{s} training, serving to make fit or competent; limiting, restricting; attributing particular characteristics or qualities; moderating, modifying
qualify