Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Eligibility"

The meaning of "Eligibility" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does eligibility mean?
A: It means whether you are qualified in some way for something. "His eligibility for membership of the professional body was questioned as his degree award couldn't be confirmed."
Q: What does eligibility mean?
A: to be allowed to do something

in the US, if I am 21, I am eligible to drink alcohol

if I am a man over 18 years old, I am eligible to be drafted into the military

"People were unsure if he was born in the USA, so his eligibility to be president was in question."

Example sentences using "Eligibility"

Q: Please show me example sentences with eligibility.
A: Credere = to believe (in Italian, sorry! I don't know Greek)
Credible = believable (English) incredible = unbelievable
Credentials = the things that document/verify/prove the things you want other people to know about you. Your employer will check to verify that you actually have an authentic diploma from X university; that diploma is a credential that says, jn effect, YES she did graduate this university.
Q: Please show me example sentences with eligibility.
A: He is not eligible for this position.

His eligibility is not good enough
Q: Please show me example sentences with "eligibility" and what's the meaning.
A: eligibility= suitable

The man is eligible for healthcare.

He is an eligible bachelor.

Synonyms of "Eligibility" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between eligibility and suitability ?
A:

eligibility

➡the fact of having the necessary qualities or 
satisfying the necessary
 conditions.

suitability

➡the fact of being acceptable or right for something or someone.




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Q: What is the difference between eligibility and requirement and qualification ?
A: eligible - the type of people they want to hire for a job.
---- for example: citizen, already working for them (in house job), public (anyone from the public can apply), recent graduate (for just out of school jobs)
to be apply to even apply for the job you must fit what they are asking for.

Requirements: What skills do you need for the job. They want 10 years experience, a college degree, be able to turn on a computer.

Qualifications: are what you have to meet the requirements of the job. So you try to match what they require for skills, education, experience, etc.

So first find out if you are eligible to apply for a job.
Then read the requirements for the job.
Tell them your qualifications to do the job.
Q: What is the difference between eligibility and qualification ?
A: Eligibility refers to being able to perform some action or fulfill some role.

Eg: "He was eligible to take the test."

Qualification has several different meanings, but most commonly refers to something a person receives through education or training so that they are considered competent in that area.

For example, a university degree is considered a qualification.

So a student is "eligible" to sit the exam and when he receives his degree he is "qualified" in that subject.

Translations of "Eligibility"

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Other questions about "Eligibility"

Q: I've found and read this eligibility, and I guess they require round trip flight tickets not a one-way just going out from Japan. does this sound natural?
A: × I've found and read this eligibility, and I guess they require round trip flight tickets not a one-way just going out from Japan.
✓ I've found and read the eligibility criteria, and I guess they require a return flight ticket, not just a one-way ticket into Japan.

Since you mention japan, I assume the visa is for japan, therefore the one way ticket would refer to ‘into’ japan. The return ticket includes in and out of japan
Q: We will review your eligibility together with the application documents screening and let you know the results at a later date. does this sound natural?
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Q: eligibility qualification
A: It means you need to provide proof of qualification that shows you are able, capable, skilled enough to do the job or be admitted. It's asking you to prove your level.

An example could be a CAE - Cerfitificate in Advanced English by Cambridge, proving that you have a certain level of English

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