qualify

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  • They have also qualified for the state tournament multiple times since that last championship.
  • He finished his qualifying campaign that year with four goals in seven matches.
  • Teams from the same association may not play each other in the qualifying play-off.
  • Two teams directly entered the group stage while the third team entered the qualifying play-off.
  • Many later historians called her far better qualified to rule than her husband.
  • The first round of the competition at major events is the qualifying round.
  • The age listed is the age at which they qualified for the title.
  • The top five songs from the semi-final qualified to the final.
  • France failed to win a game and did not qualify for the main tournament.
  • His qualifying mark was good enough to place him in third.
  • She had a rough qualifying round and placed third in the short program.
  • In the qualifying for the tournament, he only scored once in six matches.
  • Community recognition of a marriage was largely what qualified it as a marriage.
  • The sixteen qualifying teams were divided into four groups of four teams each.
  • On the first occasion, they qualified having finished third in the First Division.
  • The first three in each semi-final qualified for the final.
  • Meaning that if a team qualifies with four people, then they must race with four people.
  • Few of these cases, however, would qualify as a true operating system.
  • Management of schools at the district level is often under-qualified due to the lack of formal training.
  • The top two teams in each group qualified for the semi-finals.
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Meaning of qualify

  • verb Prove capable or fit; meet requirements
  • verb Pronounce fit or able
    She was qualified to run the marathon, They nurses were qualified to administer the injections
  • verb Make more specific
    qualify these remarks
  • verb Make fit or prepared
    Your education qualifies you for this job
  • verb Describe or portray the character or the qualities or peculiarities of
    You can characterize his behavior as that of an egotist, This poem can be characterized as a lament for a dead lover