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(resulting from education)she has a teaching qualification — tiene título de maestra/profesora
- his qualifications are very good — está muy bien cualificado
- with all his qualifications, he still couldn't get a job — a pesar de su excelente currículum / preparación, no pudo conseguir trabajo
- she has no paper qualifications — no tiene títulos ni diplomas
- It is designed to put the spotlight on an army of people who continue to better their lives and careers with courses and qualifications.
- More students are completing their courses and are gaining qualifications that they set out to achieve, the latest figures say.
- Mutual recognition of the qualifications of practitioners who have qualified in other EC countries is required.
- All doctors with foreign qualifications have to pass examinations in South Africa before they could register, said Tshabalala-Msimang.
- On completion of the course, higher level qualifications can be taken.
- Some were from students who wanted to know which courses and qualifications you needed for a career in journalism.
- Great value is placed on higher education, and those who have university degrees and professional qualifications are accorded high status.
- The consequences of drugs prescribed by practitioners with bogus qualifications and only the haziest understanding of medicine can be horrific.
- When the 12 weeks are up, the staff help them find accommodation, work and even organise enrolment on educational courses to gain qualifications.
- I have done a lot of courses and gained qualifications at the centre.
- All courses lead to recognised qualifications.
- You can be a full-time or part time student or someone attending a course whose qualifications are recognised by the UK and Irish Departments of Education.
- If you start in this career as a fitness or leisure assistant, there are literally dozens of courses and qualifications awaiting you.
- The majority of social workers in the country are still waiting for official recognition of their professional status and qualifications.
- Last year 10,000 people tried the Bite Size initiative and many of them went on to further education courses and gained qualifications.
- Mancat College undertook a partnership project with the Rusholme Traders Association to train staff, who received a qualification on completion of the course.
- Each performance will outline the courses, qualifications and support available when deciding on which educational route to take after GCSEs.
- These offer a variety of courses and qualifications, from computing sciences and mechanical engineering to sports coaching and holistic therapy.
- Graduates taking part in the scheme will be able to earn a postgraduate qualification in their own subject and a teaching qualification in a two-year course.
- Professional qualifications carried status, even if they did not always bring wealth.
1.2(skill, necessary attribute)requisito masculinethe essential qualification is enthusiasm — el requisito esencial / lo que hay que tener es entusiasmo
- What are the basic qualifications and aptitude required?
- Another qualification for academic life was Nabokov's sense of humor, as displayed for example in this interview.
- There is no one of sufficient stature, no impartial media, and no intellectuals with adequate qualifications and credibility to arbitrate.
- The only qualifications required are an interest in the game, being part of ‘the business’ and the wish to have a good time.
- Membership is open to all and the only qualification required is an interest in the welfare of your community.
- The Churchill Fellowship is usually worth $20,000 and is awarded purely on merit, so no formal qualifications are required.
- But once a year they hold a community dig, when the public can take part and for which the only qualification required is enthusiasm.
- Still, personal magnetism and motivational esprit remain important qualifications for leadership in evangelical groups.
- Each phase of nation building requires a leader with different abilities and qualifications.
- These levels reflect the duties of the position and this includes the qualification required to undertake those duties.
- This position requires no formal qualifications beyond antiquity and a willingness to amuse and provoke in equal measure.
- A good ear, a lithe tongue and a sound sense of humour are the only qualifications for these daily collectives which serve as a great social equaliser.
- All we're trying to do is to make our best judgment about the qualifications of very important judges to be serving on circuit courts across this country.
- The three C's that credit creditors look at when determining their qualification are capacity, character, and collateral.
- These criteria are very important in evaluating the qualifications of any international federation for becoming an Olympic sport.
- It's important to build your qualifications and credibility as a faculty member.
- Everyone wanted to be of use and no one knew how, as if citizenship were a skilled position for which none of us had the right experience and qualification.
- Quite simply, the most important qualifications of all: she has been there, done that.
- Are there any qualifications required for membership?
- Strangers are welcome and the only qualification is their humanity.
2.1(eligibility)derecho masculinetheir qualification for financial assistance — su derecho a percibir ayuda económica
2.2(being accepted)clasificación femininequalification for the finals was all they hoped for — no esperaban más que clasificarse para la final
- We wanted to investigate whether participation in a scheme in which first-year clinical medical students take on a patient for supervised psychotherapy is a factor in leading them to choose a career in psychiatry after qualification.
- The trainee primary and secondary school teachers claim they were lured into the profession with false promises that their age and experience would be recognised on qualification.
- They say nurses working in Nunavik, James Bay, Lower North Shore and remote First Nations communities need recognition of past experience when they seek qualification as a nurse practitioner.
- This is a highly specialised career path requiring several years of study before qualification as an actuary.
- The fact that it is possible for a doctor to continue to practice for decades after qualification without ever opening a book or taking any other steps to keep up to date has long seemed indefensible.
3.1(reservation)reserva feminineto agree without qualification — aceptar sin reservas / condiciones
- I should like to add a few qualifications — quisiera hacer algunas salvedades / matizar algunos puntos
- The qualification here is important: I do not have a natural right to do as I please; rather I have a right to exercise such freedom as does not limit the freedom of others.
- He believes it is, though with some important qualifications.
- They saw them as a big step forward, but there was an important qualification.
- A number of important qualifications need to be added to this account.
- He argues there are times when clandestine recording might be justified, but only with important qualifications.
- An important qualification is that the fortunate forty per cent is not a homogeneous group.
- I think I mostly agree with Chris's hypothesis, albeit with a couple of important qualifications.
- There were important qualifications, however.
- But this line of reasoning is subject to important qualifications.
- The data tend to support this view, but there are some important qualifications.
- Its 50 pages are filled with so many assertions, half-truths and qualifications as to render it worthless.
- But, and this is the important qualification, I don't think that rally would last very long.
- The only qualification to this statement is in reference to rooting of the ingroup relative to outgroup taxa.
- Subject to two qualifications, this statement of the elements of the office accords with the respondent's submission.
- It is therefore only with important qualifications that we can speak of two ways of exploiting the land in this period, the one characteristic of the lowlands, the other of the uplands.
- So simplistic a statement certainly calls for some immediate qualifications.
- Doubtless people will disagree, but I think the former is a much stronger statement without the qualification.
- We can follow these themes into the law of intellectual property, but with important qualifications.
- We shall discuss briefly some of the important qualifications to this generalization in later chapters.
- An important qualification in many of these studies is that no measures were taken of whether the person was actually asleep or instead had been wakened to some degree by the taped message.
3.2(to accounts)salvedad femininereparo masculine
- The first element in the phrase is an adverb, an adverbial qualification or an object (direct or indirect).
- I now believe that de la Grasserie's semantic characterization is more accurate in this respect: a nominal construct with a personal possessive pronoun brings into the picture a further qualification of the noun phrase than does the noun phrase with just a definite article.
- In English, the definite article, the demonstrative and the qualification adjective are neutral as to gender variation.
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