qualifying[ kwol-uh-fahy ]SEE DEFINITION OF qualifying
Synonyms for qualifying
- check out
- come up to snuff
- cut it
- earn one's wings
- fill the bill
- get by
- hack it
- make it
- make the cut
- make the grade
- measure up
- pass muster
Antonyms for qualifying
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR QUALIFYING
The difficulty was not of course in letting her off easy but in qualifying that indulgence.
Or was this the kind of thinking that had kept him from qualifying as an E?
My qualifying shares will fetch a couple of thousand at market price.
I was sure of it, and said so plainly, qualifying my prophecy with a big “unless.”
The editor may have expunged nothing but a qualifying adverb.
"He may call for me to-night," she added, with qualifying emphasis.
What is the meaning of exercise apart from all qualifying words?
Better,” Jimmie swore promptly; then he added a qualifying—“I guess.
After qualifying as a solicitor, he remained with that firm for some time.
What meaning is conveyed by the qualifying term “circumscribed”?
mid-15c., "to invest with a quality," from Middle French qualifier (15c.) and directly from Medieval Latin qualificare "attribute a quality to; make of a certain quality," from Latin qualis "of what sort?," correlative pronomial adjective (see quality) + facere "to make" (see factitious). Meaning "to limit, modify" is from 1530s. Sense of "be fit for a job" first appeared 1580s. Related: Qualified; qualifying.