unqualified

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unqualified(
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kwa
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fayd
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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (incompetent)
a. no calificado
I always end up talking to customer service representatives who are unqualified.Siempre acabo hablando con representantes de servicio al cliente no calificados.
b. no cualificado
Unqualified interpreters will be paid $20 per hour.A los intérpretes no cualificados se les pagarán $20 por hora.
2. (without official certification)
a. sin título
As an unqualified teacher, I have to take the freelance work that I can find.Como profesora sin título, tengo que aceptar el trabajo independiente que pueda encontrar.
b. sin titulación
I'm currently an unqualified nurse, but I'm hoping to do a certification program.Actualmente son enfermera sin titulación, pero espero hacer un programa de certificación.
c. no titulado
I have an unqualified accountant who does my taxes for a good price.Tengo un contable no titulado que prepara mi declaración de impuestos a buen precio.
3. (complete)
a. incondicional
I have felt so lucky to have the unqualified support of my community.Me he sentido muy afortunado de tener el apoyo incondicional de mi comunidad.
b. absoluto
The pundits declared the campaign an unqualified disaster.Los expertos clasificaron la campaña como un fracaso absoluto.
c. rotundo
Needless to say, the presentation was an unqualified disaster.Está de más decir que la presentación fue un desastre rotundo.
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unqualified
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (doctor, teacher)
a. sin titulación
I'm quite unqualified to talk about itno estoy cualificado para hablar de ello
2. (support, disaster)
a. completo(a), absoluto(a)
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unqualified [ˈʌnˈkwɒlɪfaɪd]
adjective
1 (without qualifications) [+person, staff, pilot] no calificado; no cualificado; [+teacher] sin título; no titulado
to be unqualified to do sth no estar capacitado para hacer algo
2 (unmitigated) [+success, disaster] rotundo; total y absoluto; [+acceptance, support, approval] incondicional
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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