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Meaning of “unqualified” - Learner’s Dictionary

unqualified

adjective     /ʌnˈkwɒlɪfaɪd/
WITHOUT QUALIFICATIONS
without the qualifications or knowledge to do something: [+ to do sth] She was totally unqualified to look after children.Employment status and types of work
TOTAL [always before noun] formal
total and not limited in any way: an unqualified success Complete and wholeVery and extreme
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