Qualify ( verb , verb )

(As a verb)

Qualify ( verb )

  1. To meet the necessary requirements or standards for something.
  2. To gain the necessary qualifications for a particular job or role.
  3. To make eligible or suitable for something.

Origin:

From the latin qualis, meaning of what kind, and -fy, meaning to make.

Examples:

  1. She qualified for the Olympic team by finishing in the top three at the national trials.
  2. He qualified for the job by passing the necessary exams.
  3. The company qualifies its suppliers based on strict ethical standards.
  4. She qualified for the scholarship by maintaining a high grade point average.
  5. The team qualified for the finals by winning their semi-final match.

(As a verb)

Qualify ( verb )

  1. To meet the necessary requirements or standards for something.
  2. To gain the necessary qualifications for a particular job or role.
  3. To make eligible or suitable for something.

Origin:

From the latin qualis, meaning of what kind, and -fy, meaning to make.

Examples:

  1. She qualified for the Olympic team by finishing in the top three at the national trials.
  2. He qualified for the job by passing the necessary exams.
  3. The company qualifies its suppliers based on strict ethical standards.
  4. She qualified for the scholarship by maintaining a high grade point average.
  5. The team qualified for the finals by winning their semi-final match.
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