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1. Capacity, knowledge, or skill that matches or suits an occasion, or makes someone eligible for a duty, office, position, privilege, or status. Qualification denotes fitness for purpose through fulfillment of necessary conditions such as attainment of a certain age, taking of an oath, completion of required schooling or training, or acquisition of a degree or diploma. Qualification does not necessarily imply competence.
2. Precise limitation (from general to particular) of language, scope, or terms that would otherwise be interpreted broadly or differently.

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The qualification obtained by the analyst demonstrated their competence and we decided we needed someone like that on our team.
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I did not know if I had the right qualification to join the group and be a part of their inner circle.
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You should try to develop a rare skill and qualification to make yourself more marketable for a higher paying job.
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