disqualify


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dis·qual·i·fy

 (dĭs-kwŏl′ə-fī′)
tr.v. dis·qual·i·fied, dis·qual·i·fy·ing, dis·qual·i·fies
1.
a. To render unqualified or unfit.
b. To declare unqualified or ineligible.
2. To deprive of legal rights, powers, or privileges.

disqualify

(dɪsˈkwɒlɪˌfaɪ)
vb (tr) , -fies, -fying or -fied
1. to make unfit or unqualified
2. to make ineligible, as for entry to an examination
3. (General Sporting Terms) to debar (a player or team) from a sporting contest
4. (Law) to divest or deprive of rights, powers, or privileges: disqualified from driving.
disˈqualiˌfiable adj
disˌqualifiˈcation n
disˈqualiˌfier n

dis•qual•i•fy

(dɪsˈkwɒl əˌfaɪ)

v.t. -fied, -fy•ing.
1. to deprive of qualification or fitness; incapacitate.
2. to deprive of legal, official, or other rights or privileges; declare ineligible or unqualified.
3. to deprive of the right to participate in or win a contest because of a violation of the rules.
[1710–20]
dis•qual′i•fi`a•ble, adj.

disqualify


Past participle: disqualified
Gerund: disqualifying

Imperative
disqualify
disqualify
Present
I disqualify
you disqualify
he/she/it disqualifies
we disqualify
you disqualify
they disqualify
Preterite
I disqualified
you disqualified
he/she/it disqualified
we disqualified
you disqualified
they disqualified
Present Continuous
I am disqualifying
you are disqualifying
he/she/it is disqualifying
we are disqualifying
you are disqualifying
they are disqualifying
Present Perfect
I have disqualified
you have disqualified
he/she/it has disqualified
we have disqualified
you have disqualified
they have disqualified
Past Continuous
I was disqualifying
you were disqualifying
he/she/it was disqualifying
we were disqualifying
you were disqualifying
they were disqualifying
Past Perfect
I had disqualified
you had disqualified
he/she/it had disqualified
we had disqualified
you had disqualified
they had disqualified
Future
I will disqualify
you will disqualify
he/she/it will disqualify
we will disqualify
you will disqualify
they will disqualify
Future Perfect
I will have disqualified
you will have disqualified
he/she/it will have disqualified
we will have disqualified
you will have disqualified
they will have disqualified
Future Continuous
I will be disqualifying
you will be disqualifying
he/she/it will be disqualifying
we will be disqualifying
you will be disqualifying
they will be disqualifying
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been disqualifying
you have been disqualifying
he/she/it has been disqualifying
we have been disqualifying
you have been disqualifying
they have been disqualifying
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been disqualifying
you will have been disqualifying
he/she/it will have been disqualifying
we will have been disqualifying
you will have been disqualifying
they will have been disqualifying
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been disqualifying
you had been disqualifying
he/she/it had been disqualifying
we had been disqualifying
you had been disqualifying
they had been disqualifying
Conditional
I would disqualify
you would disqualify
he/she/it would disqualify
we would disqualify
you would disqualify
they would disqualify
Past Conditional
I would have disqualified
you would have disqualified
he/she/it would have disqualified
we would have disqualified
you would have disqualified
they would have disqualified
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.disqualify - make unfit or unsuitable; "Your income disqualifies you"
alter, change, modify - cause to change; make different; cause a transformation; "The advent of the automobile may have altered the growth pattern of the city"; "The discussion has changed my thinking about the issue"
qualify, dispose - make fit or prepared; "Your education qualifies you for this job"
2.disqualify - declare unfit; "She was disqualified for the Olympics because she was a professional athlete"
pronounce, label, judge - pronounce judgment on; "They labeled him unfit to work here"
recuse - disqualify oneself (as a judge) in a particular case
disbar - remove from the bar; expel from the practice of law by official action; "The corrupt lawyer was disbarred"
qualify - pronounce fit or able; "She was qualified to run the marathon"; "They nurses were qualified to administer the injections"

disqualify

verb ban, rule out, prohibit, forbid, preclude, debar, declare ineligible, disentitle He has powers to disqualify individuals from public office.

disqualify

verb
To make incapable, as of doing a job:
Translations
يُجَرِّدُ من الأهْلِيَّهيَحْرُمُيَحْرِمُ من الأشْتِراك في مُباراه
diskvalifikovatčinit nezpůsobilým
diskvalificere
diskata
diskvalificirati
alkalmatlanná tesz
gera óhæfanvísa frá keppni
・・・の資格を取り上げる
실격시키다
daryti netinkamądiskvalifikacijadiskvalifikuoti
diskvalificēt
diskvalifikovaťrobiť nespôsobilým
diskvalificirati
diskvalificera
ตัดสิทธิเพราะฝ่าฝืนกฎหรือไม่มีคุณสมบัติ
yarışma dışı/diskalifiye etmekyasaklamakyetersiz bulmak
loại ra

disqualify

[dɪsˈkwɒlɪfaɪ] VT to disqualify sb (from) (= disable) → inhabilitar or incapacitar a algn (para) (Sport) → descalificar a algn (para)
to disqualify sb from drivingretirar el permiso de conducir a algn

disqualify

[dɪsˈkwɒlɪfaɪ] vt
(from competition) [+ competitor, athlete] → disqualifier
to be disqualified → être disqualifié(e)
He was disqualified → Il a été disqualifié.
(from post, career) to disqualify sb for sth [status, situation] → rendre qn inapte à qch
to disqualify sb from doing sth [status, situation] → rendre qn inapte à faire qch; [authority] → interdire à qn de faire
(British) (from driving) to disqualify sb, to disqualify sb from driving → retirer à qn son permis de conduire
He was disqualified.; He was disqualified from driving → On lui a retiré son permis de conduire.
He pleaded guilty to driving while disqualified → Il a plaidé coupable d'avoir conduit après s'être fait retirer le permis.

disqualify

vt (= make ineligible)untauglich or ungeeignet machen (from für); (Sport etc) → disqualifizieren, ausschließen; to disqualify somebody from drivingjdm den Führerschein entziehen; that disqualifies you from criticizing himdas nimmt Ihnen jedes Recht, ihn zu kritisieren

disqualify

[dɪsˈkwɒlɪˌfaɪ] vt to disqualify sb (from) (from competition) → squalificare qn (da)
to disqualify sb from doing sth → vietare a qn di fare qc
to disqualify sb from driving (Brit) → ritirare la patente a qn
it disqualified him for the job → lo ha reso non adatto al lavoro

disqualify

(disˈkwolifai) verb
1. to put out of a competition etc for breaking rules. She was disqualified for being too young.
2. to make unfit for some purpose. His colour-blindness disqualified him for the Air Force.
disˌqualifiˈcation (-fi-) noun

disqualify

يَحْرُمُ diskvalifikovat diskvalificere disqualifizieren αποκλείω descalificar diskata disqualifier diskvalificirati squalificare ・・・の資格を取り上げる 실격시키다 diskwalificeren diskvalifisere zdyskwalifikować desqualificar дисквалифицировать diskvalificera ตัดสิทธิเพราะฝ่าฝืนกฎหรือไม่มีคุณสมบัติ yasaklamak loại ra 取消资格
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He said a few words to each candidate as he came up, and then he always managed to find some fault in them which would disqualify them.
The manners and habits that disqualify a fine lady from earning her own living without giving her a fine lady's income
Not till the day before the courses were the shields finally hung out for the inspection of the ladies and the heralds, so that all men might know the names of the champions and have the opportunity to prefer any charge against them, should there be stain upon them which should disqualify them from taking part in so noble and honorable a ceremony.
Now when the uncle had arrived at his lodgings with his nephew, partly to indulge his own inclinations (for he dearly loved his bottle), and partly to disqualify his nephew from the immediate execution of his purpose, he ordered wine to be set on the table; with which he so briskly plyed the young gentleman, that this latter, who, though not much used to drinking, did not detest it so as to be guilty of disobedience or want of complacence by refusing, was soon completely finished.