competence

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  • As they gained recognition and further competence they would begin speaking out to the public.
  • This due to the fact that his mechanical competences were recognized all too soon.
  • The post of president has several executive competences; main policy functions include foreign affairs and national security.
  • Cultural competence is becoming increasingly necessary for work, home, community social lives.
  • Even earlier, several students and faculty members had raised concerns about his competence to practice medicine.
  • Individual competence-based instruction has been offered to those who have more capabilities.
  • The company's position, competence and strong financial position makes a solid platform for future growth.
  • You don't need to have great means or technical competence.
  • This crippled his control of party affairs and raised questions about his competence.
  • Throughout history, the power of a nation has been cast in terms of the size and competence of its armed forces.
  • He also had significant doubts about the competence of the French high command.
  • The competence for police services in Germany is assigned to the federal states of Germany.
  • Video game design requires artistic and technical competence as well as writing skills.
  • Our educational system, in its entirety, does nothing to give us any kind of material competence.
  • Associates select one of six areas of competence in which they can further their training.
  • The two cities also signed agreements on student and competence exchange and culture.
  • They must be Spanish citizens recognized for their competence in economics or law.
  • In other words people are promoted because of their incompetence in their current role, rather than their competence.
  • It is more difficult to achieve a native-like competence when the language is learned at a later time in life.
  • Members of the first group were told that they would be rewarded for competence.
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Meaning of competence

  • noun The quality of being adequately or well qualified physically and intellectually