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Definition of unqualified adjective from the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary

unqualified

adjective
/ʌnˈkwɑləˌfaɪd/ unqualified pronunciation American
 
1 not having the right knowledge, experience, or qualifications to do somethingan unqualified instructor unqualified to do somethingI feel unqualified to comment on the subject. unqualified for somethingHe was totally unqualified for his job as a senior manager.2
/ʌnˈkwɑləfaɪd/
[usually before noun] complete; not limited by any negative qualitiesThe event was not an unqualified success.I gave her my unqualified support.
antonym qualified