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qualify

verb
 
 
/ˈkwɒlɪfaɪ/
BE ALLOWED [I, T] B2 If you qualify for something, you are allowed to do it or have it, and if something qualifies you for something, it allows you to do it or have it.
yeterli hâle gelmek/getirilmek; yeterli bulmak/bulunmak
Foreign students no longer qualify for grants in the UK. To qualify for the competition, you must be over 18. →  Opposite disqualify Allowing and permitting
PASS EXAMS [I] mainly UK B2 to pass exams so that you are able to do a job
başarılı olmak; başarmak; kendini kanıtlamak; yetkilendir(il)mek; hak kazanmak
He's recently qualified as a doctor.School and vocational qualifications
GET INTO COMPETITION [I] B2 to succeed in getting into a competition
katılmayı başarmak; hak kazanmak
Nigeria were the first team to qualify for the World Cup.Competitions, and parts of competitions
ADD [T] to add something to what you say to make its meaning less certain
sınırlandırmak, kapsamını daraltmak
Doubt and ambivalenceHesitating
(Definition of qualify from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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