Qualifier ( noun , verb )

(As a noun)

Qualifier ( noun )

  1. A word, phrase, or clause that limits or modifies the meaning of another word or phrase.
  2. A person or thing that meets the necessary qualifications or conditions for a particular purpose.

Origin:

From the verb qualify + -er.

Examples:

  1. The adjective "some" is a qualifier in the phrase "some books".
  2. The qualifier for the competition was held last week.
  3. He added a few qualifiers to his statement to clarify his meaning.
  4. The qualifier was based on a test of knowledge.
  5. The qualifier for the tournament was a grueling three-day event.

(As a verb)

Qualifier ( verb )

  1. A word, phrase, or clause that limits or modifies the meaning of another word or phrase.
  2. A person or thing that meets the necessary qualifications or conditions for a particular purpose.

Origin:

From the verb qualify + -er.

Examples:

  1. The adjective "some" is a qualifier in the phrase "some books".
  2. The qualifier for the competition was held last week.
  3. He added a few qualifiers to his statement to clarify his meaning.
  4. The qualifier was based on a test of knowledge.
  5. The qualifier for the tournament was a grueling three-day event.
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