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unqualified

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishunqualifiedun‧qual‧i‧fied /ʌnˈkwɒlɪfaɪd $ -ˈkwɑː-/ adjective 🔊 🔊 1 KNOW STH#not having the right knowledge, experience, or education to do something 🔊 unqualified staffunqualified for 🔊 He was unqualified for the job.unqualified to do something 🔊 I feel unqualified to advise you.Do not confuse with disqualified (=officially not allowed to do something): She was disqualified from driving.2 [usually before noun] used for emphasizing that a quality is complete and total 🔊 The experiment had not been an unqualified success. 🔊 He gave her his unqualified support.
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unqualifiedBut would anyone unqualified be allowed to teach doctors or lawyers?Accountants Marks Bloom had audited the accounts and had issued an unqualified opinion on them.The kind of unqualified quantification illustrated by such examples, he might argue, does not really make clear sense.A qualified audit report, as opposed to an unqualified report, should leave the reader in no doubt as to its meaning and implications.This changed the ratio of qualified to unqualified staff from 61:23 to 58:28.The air campaign has not been an unqualified success in any of its missions.To this decision, the army leadership which had long ago forfeited its moral independence - gave its unqualified support.unqualified teachersAnd in fact, the isolation and weakness of the radical milieu put a premium upon commitment to an unqualified Utopia.unqualified supportTo this decision, the army leadership which had long ago forfeited its moral independence - gave its unqualified support.
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