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qualification

noun
 
 
/ˌkwɒlɪfɪˈkeɪʃən/
EXAMS [C] mainly UK B1 what you get when you pass an exam or a course
kwalifikacja
[usually plural] legal/medical qualifications What qualifications do you need to be a nanny?School and vocational qualifications
SKILLS [C] the skills, qualities, or experience that you need in order to do something
wymóg, kwalifikacja
The only qualification needed for this job is an eye for detail.Skill, talent and ability
COMPETITION [U] success in getting into a competition
awans
England's qualification for the World CupCompetitions, and parts of competitions
ADDITION [C, U] an addition to something that is said that makes its meaning less certain
zastrzeżenie
Doubt and ambivalenceHesitating
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