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qualification

noun (TRAINING) 培訓     /ˌkwɒl.ɪ.fɪˈkeɪ.ʃən/ US  /ˌkwɑː.lɪ-/
[C] an official record showing that you have finished a training course or have the necessary skills, 合格證書,資格證明 You'll never get a good job if you don't have any qualifications. 你要是沒有任何資格證明就永遠得不到一份好工作。 Do you have any teaching/legal/medical/secretarial/academic qualifications? 你有沒有教師/法律/醫學/秘書/學術的資格證明? School and vocational qualifications
[C or U] an ability, characteristic or experience that makes you suitable for a particular job or activity 資歷,資格;條件;合格性 Some nursing experience is a necessary qualification for this job. 這份工作的必要條件是必須具備一定的護理經驗。 [+ to infinitive] One of the qualifications you need to work here is a sense of humour! 在這裡工作所要具備的條件之一是幽默感! Skill, talent and ability
(Definition of qualification noun (TRAINING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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