Definitions and translations for "habilitate"

Definition of habilitate

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Adjective
1. Qualified or entitled.
Verb
2. European institutions of higher education: To qualify as an instructor or professor. Usually associated with defense of a dissertation or similar project.
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English - English - habilitate

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v. prepare, equip; dress, clothe; make fit, make capable; become fit
v. enable, make capable; qualify

English - Spanish - habilitate

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v. habilitar; vestir a

English - French - habilitate

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v. habiliter; se préparer à, être sur le point de

English - German - habilitate

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v. habilitieren, vorbereiten

English - Indonesian - habilitate

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v. membiayai, mengongkosi, mengenakan, menyiapkan diri, mempersiapkan diri

English - Italian - habilitate

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v. vestire, abbigliare

English - Portuguese - habilitate

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v. habilitar-se, preparar-se

English - Romanian - habilitate

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v. califica, înzestra, finanţa o mină, califica: se califica

English - Russian - habilitate

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г. готовиться к определенному роду деятельности, финансировать оборудованием горные разработки, снабжать оборудованием горные разработки, одевать

English - Turkish - habilitate

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f. döner sermaye sağlamak, gerekli niteliklere sahip olmak

English - Dutch - habilitate

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ww. voorbereiden, klaarmaken

English - Greek - habilitate

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(Lex**) habilitate

English - Hindi - habilitate

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v. खान-संबंधी केंद्र में रुपये लगना, पहनाना, कोई प्रकार के काम की तैयारी करना

English - Japanese - habilitate

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(動) 準備する; 洋服を着せる; 合わせる; 合う; 教育する

English - Korean - habilitate

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동. 임관 자격을 얻다, 가동 자금을 주다

English - Vietnamese - habilitate

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v. xuất vốn
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Verb forms for habilitate
Present participle: habilitating
Present: habilitate (3.person: habilitates)
Past: habilitated
Future: will habilitate
Present conditional: would habilitate
Present Perfect: have habilitated (3.person: has habilitated)
Past Perfect: had habilitated
Future Perfect: will have habilitated
Past conditional: would have habilitated