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How would you say eligible in spanish? Elegible is electable which is a different word.

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updated AGO 29, 2008
posted by kelly5

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Eligible = apto, cumplir con los requisitos

-I'm not eliglible to get help from the state.
-No soy apto o no cumplo con los requisitos para recibir ayuda del estado.

You would be eligible to receive help from the state, if you don't have a job. You do have a job so you are not eligible.

I hope this help lol :p

updated AGO 29, 2008
posted by Lizeth
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Eligible = apto, cumplir con los requisitos

~I'm not eligible to receive help from the state.
~No soy apto para recivir ayuda del estado.

You would be eligle to get the help if you don't have a job. You do have a job so you are not eligible to get the help

I hope this helps lol :p

updated AGO 29, 2008
posted by Lizeth
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to be eligible for something is "cumplir los requisitos para"

updated ENE 24, 2008
posted by Eddy
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mm..

could be .. deseable

o.o

updated ENE 24, 2008
posted by Alba
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I can't understand your question. Can you explain it a little bit more please'

updated ENE 24, 2008
posted by pasabolita
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Officers ineligible for re-election, having served two consecutive terms shall again become eligible for election after a period of one year.

updated ENE 24, 2008
posted by kelly5
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CAn you supply the whole sentence'

updated ENE 23, 2008
posted by 00494d19
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