English translation: combination of skills and/or certificates, diplomas
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English term or phrase:
combination of skills and/or certificates, diplomas
English to English translations [Non-PRO] Medical - Accounting
English term or phrase:qualified
I search on Encarta and found two meaning for the word 'qualified'
1. officially eligible: having met a condition or requirement to become legally eligible for or entitled to a position or privilege
2. suitable or eligible to do something: with the necessary skills, qualities, or attributes to do a particular thing
Question: What is the meaing of the word Qualified in the following sentence ?
If you wish, the Pro Sentret can arrange for qualified interpreters if necessary.
Question: If someone ask: Are you a qualified translator?
What does he want to know about me?
1) graduated from the language school and obtained 'translator qualification'
2) having necessary skill and experience.
3) legally qualified by an institution in my country
4) Not enough information.