Adjective(1) properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient(2) adequate, but not outstanding or exceptional(3) legally qualified or sufficient
(1) My next question relates to the purpose of the bill, which is written down as being to protect the public interest by aiming to ensure that veterinarians are competent to practise.(2) Thirdly, simvastatin inhibits endothelial cell apoptosis and preserves ischaemic vasculature, perhaps maintaining a competent vascular supply to the macula.(3) Hospital officials say general surgeons have to be competent to do everything - or do nothing.(4) He said that a qualification received 20 years ago was a qualification received 20 years ago - it does not make one competent to practise.(5) In other words, this is a finding of fact for the competent authority dealing with the case in the first instance and which, for reasons we give hereunder, we should not interfere with.(6) That our appeals to competent authority were wholly inconsistent doesn't matter.(7) The Federation is by far the most competent (another reason to play them) in terms of technology, economy and sheer size.(8) They allow children the opportunities to learn relevant skills and feel competent about their ability to learn.(9) Notification of charges should be prompt, preferably as soon as a competent authority first makes the charge.(10) First, the good news: the soundtrack is a simple stereo mix, and sounds reasonably competent .(11) In some cases, things may have happened (e.g. a conviction by a competent court or action being taken with a view to removal) which justify detention.(12) Tang and Siew are both talented and competent persons.(13) It would be safe and in conformity with legal and moral principles that you turn to a competent court of justice and file for a divorce.(14) These are highly professional, highly competent people.(15) The IOC makes the NFL look at least reasonably competent .(16) Area military commanders, or the competent authority appointed by the president, have the power to requisition buildings, land and vehicles for relief work.
(1) competent authority :: awdurdod cymwys
1. capable ::
2. adequate ::
3. fit ::
1. incompetent ::
2. inept ::
3. poor ::
4. unfit ::
5. unqualified ::
Different Formscompetent, competently
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