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cer·tif·i·cate

 (sər-tĭf′ĭ-kĭt)
n.
1. A document establishing the authenticity of certain details of an item, event, or transaction: a certificate of birth.
2. A document issued to a person completing a course of study not leading to a diploma.
3. A document certifying that a person may officially practice in certain professions.
4. A document certifying ownership.
tr.v. (-kāt′) cer·tif·i·cat·ed, cer·tif·i·cat·ing, cer·tif·i·cates
To furnish with, testify to, or authorize by a certificate.

[Middle English certificat, from Old French, from Medieval Latin certificātum, something certified, from neuter of Late Latin certificātus, past participle of certificāre, to certify; see certify.]

cer·tif′i·ca·to′ry (-kə-tôr′ē) adj.

certificated

(səˈtɪfɪˌkeɪtɪd)
adj
chiefly Brit properly accredited by means of a certificate
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.certificated - furnished with or authorized by a certificate: "certificated teachers"
certified - endorsed authoritatively as having met certain requirements; "a certified public accountant"
Translations

certificated

[səˈtɪfɪkeɪtɪd] ADJtitulado, diplomado

certificated

[sərˈtɪfɪkeɪtɪd] adj (mainly British) (= certified) [teacher, physician] → diplômé(e)certified letter [ˈsɜːrtɪfaɪd] n (US)lettre f recommandéecertified public accountant [ˈsɜːrtɪfaɪd] n (US)expert-comptable m

certificated

[səˈtɪfɪˌkeɪtɪd] adj (gen) → diplomato/a; (doctor, teacher) → abilitato/a
References in classic literature ?
She had been less fortunate in her inquiries than Iggulden, for her Aunt Sydney of Meriden (a badged and certificated Daughter of the Revolution to boot) answered her inquiries with a two-paged discourse on patriotism, the leaflets of a Village Improvement Society, of which she was president, and a demand for an overdue subscription to a Factory Girls' Reading Circle.
Blessed if I believe the swab was a certificated doctor at all.
But the fact is the fellow was not legally qualified for command, and the Consul was bound, if at all possible, to put a properly certificated man on board.

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