eligibility

Eligibility vs Competency - What's the difference?

eligibility | competency |


As nouns the difference between eligibility and competency

is that eligibility is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible while competency is (obsolete) a sufficient supply (of).

Legitimacy vs Eligibility - What's the difference?

legitimacy | eligibility |


As nouns the difference between legitimacy and eligibility

is that legitimacy is the quality of being legitimate or valid; validity while eligibility is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible.

Licensing vs Eligibility - What's the difference?

licensing | eligibility |


As a verb licensing

is .

As a noun eligibility is

the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible.

Inadmissibility vs Eligibility - What's the difference?

inadmissibility | eligibility |


As nouns the difference between inadmissibility and eligibility

is that inadmissibility is (uncountable) the state of being inadmissible while eligibility is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible.

Allowance vs Eligibility - What's the difference?

allowance | eligibility |


As nouns the difference between allowance and eligibility

is that allowance is the act of allowing, granting, conceding, or admitting; authorization; permission; sanction; tolerance while eligibility is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible.

As a verb allowance

is to put upon a fixed allowance (especially of provisions and drink); to supply in a fixed and limited quantity.

Eligibility vs Electability - What's the difference?

eligibility | electability |


As nouns the difference between eligibility and electability

is that eligibility is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible while electability is the capability of a candidate to be elected.

Suitable vs Eligibility - What's the difference?

suitable | eligibility |


As an adjective suitable

is having sufficient or the required properties for a certain purpose or task; appropriate to a certain occasion.

As a noun eligibility is

the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible.

Eligibility vs Competent - What's the difference?

eligibility | competent |


As a noun eligibility

is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible.

As an adjective competent is

competent (able).

Eligibility vs Qualified - What's the difference?

eligibility | qualified |


As a noun eligibility

is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible.

As an adjective qualified is

meeting the standards, requirements, and training for a position.

As a verb qualified is

(qualify).

Eligibility vs Capacity - What's the difference?

eligibility | capacity |


As nouns the difference between eligibility and capacity

is that eligibility is the state, quality, or the fact of being eligible while capacity is the ability to hold, receive or absorb.

As an adjective capacity is

filling the allotted space.

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