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un·qual·i·fied

 (ŭn-kwŏl′ə-fīd′)
adj.
1. Lacking the proper or required qualifications: unqualified for the job.
2. Not modified by conditions or reservations; absolute: an unqualified refusal.

un·qual′i·fied′ly adv.

unqualified

(ʌnˈkwɒlɪˌfaɪd)
adj
1. lacking the necessary qualifications
2. not restricted or modified: an unqualified criticism.
3. (usually prenominal) (intensifier): an unqualified success.
unˈqualiˌfiable adj
unˈqualiˌfiedly adv
unˈqualiˌfiedness n

un•qual•i•fied

(ʌnˈkwɒl əˌfaɪd)

adj.
1. not qualified; not fit; lacking the necessary qualifications.
2. not modified or limited; without reservations or restrictions: unqualified praise.
3. absolute; complete; out-and-out: an unqualified disaster.
[1550–60]
un•qual′i•fied`ly, adv.

unqualified

disqualified
1. 'unqualified'

Unqualified people have not passed or taken the exams which relate to their work.

...some unqualified member of the teaching staff.
2. 'disqualified'

When someone is disqualified, they are officially told they cannot do something, because they have broken a law or rule.

They were disqualified from driving.
If convicted, she could be disqualified from public office for up to seven years.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unqualified - not limited or restricted; "an unqualified denial"
unconditional, unconditioned - not conditional; "unconditional surrender"
unmodified - not changed in form or character
qualified - limited or restricted; not absolute; "gave only qualified approval"
2.unqualified - not meeting the proper standards and requirements and trainingunqualified - not meeting the proper standards and requirements and training
incompetent - not qualified or suited for a purpose; "an incompetent secret service"; "the filming was hopeless incompetent"
ineligible - not eligible; "ineligible to vote"; "ineligible for retirement benefits"
qualified - meeting the proper standards and requirements and training for an office or position or task; "many qualified applicants for the job"
3.unqualified - legally not qualified or sufficient; "a wife is usually considered unqualified to testify against her husband"; "incompetent witnesses"
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
4.unqualified - having no right or entitlement; "a distinction to which he was unentitled"
ineligible - not eligible; "ineligible to vote"; "ineligible for retirement benefits"

unqualified

adjective
2. unconditional, complete, total, absolute, utter, outright, thorough, downright, consummate, unrestricted, out-and-out, categorical, unmitigated, unreserved, thoroughgoing, without reservation, arrant, deep-dyed (usually derogatory) The event was an unqualified success.

unqualified

adjective
1. Lacking capability:
2. Totally incapable of doing a job:
3. Without limitations or mitigating conditions:
Translations
تام، كامِل، غَيْر مَحْدودغَيْر مُؤَهَّل
nekvalifikovanýneomezený
uegnetuforbeholdenukvalificeret
képesítetlenminősítés nélküli
óhæfur, vanhæfurtakmarkalaus
nepasirengęsneturintis kvalifikacijos
bezgalīgsbezierunu-kategorisksnekvalificēts
nekvalifikovaný
diplomasızehliyetsizkoşulsuzyeteneksiz

unqualified

[ˈʌnˈkwɒlɪfaɪd] ADJ
1. (= without qualifications) [person, staff, pilot] → no calificado, no cualificado; [teacher] → sin título, no titulado
to be unqualified to do sthno estar capacitado para hacer algo
2. (= unmitigated) [success, disaster] → rotundo, total y absoluto; [acceptance, support, approval] → incondicional

unqualified

[ˌʌnˈkwɒlɪfaɪd] adj
(= without qualifications) [person, staff] → non qualifié(e); [teacher, engineer] → non diplômé(e)
to be unqualified for sth → ne pas être qualifié(e) pour qch
(= without necessary knowledge) to be unqualified to do sth → ne pas être qualifié(e) pour faire qch
(= total) [success, disaster] → complet/ète; [support] → sans réserve

unqualified

adj
unqualifiziert; to be unqualified (for a job)(für eine Arbeit) nicht qualifiziert sein; he is unqualified to do iter ist dafür nicht qualifiziert; I was unqualified to judgeich konnte mir darüber kein Urteil erlauben
(= absolute) delight, praise, acceptanceuneingeschränkt; denialvollständig; successvoll(ständig); (inf) idiot, liarausgesprochen; the party was an unqualified disasterdie Party war eine absolute Katastrophe; an unqualified yes/noein uneingeschränktes Ja/Nein
(Gram) → nicht bestimmt

unqualified

[ʌnˈkwɒlɪˌfaɪd] adj
a. (worker) → non qualificato/a; (in professions) → non diplomato/a, non abilitato/a; (applicant) → senza i requisiti necessari
b. (absolute, assent, denial) → incondizionato/a; (admiration) → senza riserve; (success, disaster) → completo/a, assoluto/a

unqualified

(anˈkwolifaid) adjective
1. not having the necessary qualifications (eg for a job). unqualified teachers/nurses; He is unqualified for the job.
2. complete; without limits. He deserves our unqualified praise.
References in classic literature ?
Pontellier learned of his wife's intention to abandon her home and take up her residence elsewhere, he immediately wrote her a letter of unqualified disapproval and remonstrance.
Jessie, who had probably already learned from her sister the purport of Dick's confidences, had received him with equal cordiality and perhaps a more unqualified amusement; and now, when fairly lifted into the saddle by his tremulous but respectful hands, made a very charming picture of youthful and rosy satisfaction.
Harriet was a little distresseddid look a little foolish at first: but having once owned that she had been presumptuous and silly, and selfdeceived, before, her pain and confusion seemed to die away with the words, and leave her without a care for the past, and with the fullest exultation in the present and future; for, as to her friend's approbation, Emma had instantly removed every fear of that nature, by meeting her with the most unqualified congratulations.
The Doctor's desire that Annie should be entertained, was therefore particularly acceptable to this excellent parent; who expressed unqualified approval of his discretion.
The unqualified truth is, that when I loved Estella with the love of a man, I loved her simply because I found her irresistible.
I had been hitherto, all my life, a stranger to courts, for which I was unqualified by the meanness of my condition.
Against these objections, your candid judgment will not require an unqualified justification; but your respect and gratitude for the founders of the State may boldly claim an ample apology.
As theory and practice conspire to prove that the power of procuring revenue is unavailing when exercised over the States in their collective capacities, the federal government must of necessity be invested with an unqualified power of taxation in the ordinary modes.
If we look into the constitutions of the several States, we find that, notwithstanding the emphatical and, in some instances, the unqualified terms in which this axiom has been laid down, there is not a single instance in which the several departments of power have been kept absolutely separate and distinct.
It was so beautiful a day that he was loth to forecast evil, yet something must perforce have happened at the cottage, and that of a decisive nature; for here was Miss M'Glashan on her travels, with a small patrimony in brown paper parcels, and the old lady's bearing implied hot battle and unqualified defeat.
He expected that his companions, weary and stiffened, would have to be driven to this assault, but as he turned toward them he perceived with a certain surprise that they were giving quick and unqualified expressions of assent.
Those things, moreover, are 'simultaneous' in the unqualified sense of the word which come into being at the same time.