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qualification

US [ˌkwɑləfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [ˌkwɒlɪfɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.合格;学历;资历;限定条件
  • Web资格;任职资格;资质认证
Plural Form:qualifications  
qualification
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n.
1.
[c][usupl]
(通过考试或学习课程取得的)资格,学历an exam that you have passed or a course of study that you have successfully completed
academic/educational/professional/vocational qualifications
学术╱教育╱专业╱职业资历
a nursing/teaching, etc. qualification
护理、教学等资格
He left school with no formal qualifications .
他没有获得正式学历就离校了。
to acquire/gain/get/obtain/have/hold qualifications
获得╱取得╱得到╱拿到╱拥有╱持有资格
In this job, experience counts for more than paper qualifications .
担任这项工作,经验比文凭更重要。
2.
[c]
(通过经验或具备技能而取得的)资格,资历a skill or type of experience that you need for a particular job or activity
Previous teaching experience is a necessary qualification for this job.
教学经验是担任这项工作的必备条件。
3.
[c][u]
限定条件information that you add to a statement to limit the effect that it has or the way it is applied
I accept his theories, but not without certain qualifications.
我接受他的理论,但并非毫无保留。
The plan was approved without qualification.
这项计划获得无条件批准。
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获得资格;合格;达到标准the fact of passing an exam, completing a course of training or reaching the standard necessary to do a job or take part in a competition
Nurses in training should be given a guarantee of employment following qualification.
接受培训的护士取得资格后应有工作保障。
A victory in this game will earn them qualification for the World Cup.
这场比赛的胜利将使他们取得世界杯的参赛资格。

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