In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1.1(trained)(doctor/engineer/teacher) tituladoa shortage of qualified personnel — una escasez de personal calificado
- a highly qualified candidate — un candidato muy preparado / con un excelente currículum
- qualified to + inf
- I am not qualified to teach in this country — no tengo la titulación necesaria para ejercer la docencia en este país
- Treatment must be left to qualified health care professionals.
- Some of them have no qualified instructors, he says.
- Childcare centres are getting more funding to pay for better qualified staff.
- The program has expanded to include 23 highly qualified teachers.
- I think the choice between recommendations of qualified avian vets vs. online armchair professionals is really no choice at all.
- Get a second phone line installed or call a qualified technician to run cable to the modem.
- Keith is a qualified gunsmith with over 25 years experience, specializing in long-range practical rifles.
- They are powerful methods to help prospective fitness clients discover they need the services of a qualified professional.
- Qualified gymnastic coaches have been touring local primary schools - in a bid to boost an already thriving local club.
- A specially designed programme for each stage of pregnancy by a fully qualified Body Control teacher will ensure you feel well throughout.
- The classes are being conducted by a qualified instructor.
- Its hard cheeses are handcrafted in open vats by qualified cheesemakers, not machines.
- They were both qualified yacht masters who had sailed around the world.
- There are currently around 600 combatant craft crewmember qualified personnel assigned to the different teams.
- Previously financial matters were dealt with by qualified accountants, financial advisers.
- He does feel qualified enough to talk about the real causes of the coup.
- Summer Parks Tennis Programme which involved the hiring of qualified coaches to run daily tennis lessons for children from 6 years upwards.
- I was a qualified nursery nurse at Tiny Tots nursery in Middleton.
- A few sessions with a qualified instructor can go a long way in smoothing the learning curve.
- The military is not in a position single-handedly to either maintain highly qualified cadres or to retain real professionals within its ranks.
1.2(competent)capacitadoto be qualified to + inf — estar capacitado para + inf
- I'm not qualified to speak on the subject — no estoy capacitado para hablar sobre el tema
1.3(eligible)to be qualified to + inf
- he was not qualified to play for his country — no reunía los requisitos necesarios para jugar por su país
- you may be qualified to receive a grant — puede ser que tengas derecho a que te den una beca
2(limited)(acceptance) con reservasit was a qualified success — tuvo cierto éxito
- they gave their qualified approval to the plan — aprobaron el plan estipulando ciertas condiciones
- I would answer with a qualified yes, at least on the theoretical level, and especially where the non-narrative cinema is concerned.
- Crook's promise of a separate reservation in the north-however qualified, however magnified by agency peace-talkers-secured the surrenders on White River.
- Some rights, perhaps in an attenuated or qualified form, survived the making of the order.
- The American President would have a qualified negative upon the acts of the legislative body; the British King has an absolute negative.
- The three theories of monism, qualified monism and dualism were synthesized, as branches of the same religion, Hinduism.
- The first category of decision had to be unanimous; qualified majority could decide the second.
- At least in our qualified judgment, the chef at 3Dlabs can certainly reclaim that lost star outside his door.
- At the outset, comunicate with your clients about their goals and expectations in adopting a qualified plan.
- The retrospective collection hopes to enable a qualified answer to the difficult question "in what direction is criticism of Keats going?"
- By the qualified negative which the constitution of the United States, gives to the president, upon all the proceedings of congress, except a question of adjournment.
- Under the paragraph 3 process, parents have a qualified right to insist on their preference for a particular school.
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