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unqualified — un·qual·i·fied /ˌən kwä lə ˌfīd/ adj: not qualified Merriam Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam Webster. 1996. unqualified I … Law dictionary
unqualified — [adj1] not prepared, incompetent amateur, bush, bush league*, disqualified, ill equipped, inadequate, incapable, ineligible, inexperienced, not equal to, not up to*, unequipped, unfit, unfitted, unprepared, unskilled; concept 527 Ant. competent,… … New thesaurus
unqualified — ► ADJECTIVE 1) not having the necessary qualifications or requirements. 2) without reservation or limitation; total: an unqualified success … English terms dictionary
unqualified — [unkwôl′ə fīd΄] adj. 1. lacking the necessary or desirable qualifications; not fit 2. not limited or modified; absolute [an unqualified success] unqualifiedly [un kwôl′əfī΄id lē] adv … English World dictionary
unqualified — (adj.) 1550s, not having necessary qualifications, from UN (Cf. un ) (1) not + pp. of QUALIFY (Cf. qualify). Meaning not modified or limited is recorded from 1796 … Etymology dictionary
unqualified — incompetent, *incapable Analogous words: disabled, crippled, weakened, debilitated (see WEAKEN): *unfit, unsuitable Antonyms: qualified Contrasted words: *able, capable, competent … New Dictionary of Synonyms
unqualified — un|qual|i|fied [ʌnˈkwɔlıfaıd US ˈkwa: ] adj 1.) not having the right knowledge, experience, or education to do something ▪ unqualified staff unqualified for ▪ He was unqualified for the job. unqualified to do sth ▪ I feel unqualified to advise… … Dictionary of contemporary English
unqualified — adj. 1) unqualified for 2) unqualified to + inf. (she is unqualified to work as a teacher) * * * [ʌn kwɒlɪfaɪd] unqualified for unqualified to + inf. (she is unqualified to work as a teacher) … Combinatory dictionary
unqualified — [[t]ʌ̱nkwɒ̱lɪfaɪd[/t]] 1) ADJ If you are unqualified, you do not have any qualifications, or you do not have the right qualifications for a particular job. She was unqualified for the job... Unqualified members of staff at the hospital were not… … English dictionary
unqualified — adjective 1 not having the right knowledge, experience, or education to do something: unqualified to do sth: I feel unqualified to advise you. 2 unqualified success/approval etc success etc that is complete and without any criticism: The play was … Longman dictionary of contemporary English
unqualified — adj. 1 not competent (unqualified to give an answer). 2 not legally or officially qualified (an unqualified practitioner). 3 not modified or restricted; complete (unqualified assent; unqualified success) … Useful english dictionary