Englisch-Deutsch Übersetzungen für das Wort: qualification

Befähigung {f}Femininum (die)
Eignung {f}Femininum (die)
Homologation {f}Femininum (die)
Kennzeichnung {f}Femininum (die)
Qualifikation {f}Femininum (die)
Qualifizierung {f}Femininum (die)
Abschluss {m}Maskulinum (der) (Ausbildungs-, Schulabschluss)


No member therefore is obliged to pay the debt so borrowed, but the Representative himselfe: because he that lendeth it, being a stranger to the Letters, and to the qualification of the Body, understandeth those onely for his debtors, that are engaged; and seeing the Representer can ingage himselfe, and none else, has him onely for Debtor; who must therefore pay him, out of the common stock (if there be any), or (if there be none) out of his own estate.
It was not till the age of the grammarians that its primitive integrity was called in question; nor is it injustice to assert, that the minute and analytical spirit of a grammarian is not the best qualification for the profound feeling, the comprehensive conception of an harmonious whole.
The only qualification which she demands is the profession of patriotism.
Sometimes this oligarchical government gave way to a government based upon a qualification of property, which, according to Aristotle's mode of using words, would have been called a timocracy; and this in some cities, as at Athens, became the conducting medium to democracy.
They next proceed to make a law which fixes a sum of money as the qualification of citizenship; the sum is higher in one place and lower in another, as the oligarchy is more or less exclusive; and they allow no one whose property falls below the amount fixed to have any share in the government.
It is one of the most desirable connections which could possibly be formed; he possesses fortune, a high rank in society, and every personal qualification likely to render Valentine supremely happy,—his name, moreover, cannot be wholly unknown to you.
Everything is thrown in just as it comes, and sometimes the pell-mell is enough to persuade us that Pope did not exaggerate when he said that no one qualification is so likely to make a good writer as the power of rejecting his own thoughts....
Every qualification is raised at times, by the circumstances of the moment, to more than its real value; and she was sometimes worried down by officious condolence to rate good-breeding as more indispensable to comfort than good-nature.
Provoke him, that he may; for even out of that will I cause these of Cyprus to mutiny, whose qualification shall come into no true taste again but by the displanting of Cassio.
If he came afterwards to peruse the plan itself, he would be surprised to discover, that neither the one nor the other was the case; that the whole power of raising armies was lodged in the LEGISLATURE, not in the EXECUTIVE; that this legislature was to be a popular body, consisting of the representatives of the people periodically elected; and that instead of the provision he had supposed in favor of standing armies, there was to be found, in respect to this object, an important qualification even of the legislative discretion, in that clause which forbids the appropriation of money for the support of an army for any longer period than two years a precaution which, upon a nearer view of it, will appear to be a great and real security against the keeping up of troops without evident necessity.

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Befähigung {f} qualification
Habilitation {f} (Universität) postdoctoral qualification
Qualifizierung {f} qualification
WM-Qualifikation {f} [Fußball] World Cup qualification
Wirtschaftsgymnasium {n}, WG {n} Gymnasium placing emphasis on economics (an upper school in Germany, leading to university entry qualification)
Bauartzulassung {f} qualification approval
Abendgymnasium {n} nightschool leading to university entry qualification
Berechtigungsschein {m} qualification certificate
Hochschulreife {f} higher education entrance qualification
Realschule {f} (in Deutschland) Realschule (in Germany: type of secondary / junior high school for ages 10 to 16, leading to intermediate qualification)