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- Having sufficient skill, knowledge, ability, or qualifications.
He is a competent skiier and an expert snowboarder.
- The Nuttall Encyclopedia
Com"pe*tent (k&obreve;m"p&esl;*tent; 94),
a. [F. compétent, p. pr. of
compéter to be in the competency of, LL.
competere to strive after together, to agree with; hence,
to be fit. See Compete.] 1. Answering
to all requirements; adequate; sufficient; suitable; capable;
legally qualified; fit. "A competent knowledge of
the world." Atterbury. "Competent age."
Grafton. "Competent statesmen." Palfrey. /"A
competent witness." Bouvier.
2. Rightfully or properly belonging;
incident; -- followed by to. [Rare, except in legal
That is the privilege of the infinite Author of
things, . . . but is not competent to any finite
Syn. -- See Qualified.
- Webster's Unabridged Dictionary (1913)
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