competent

[adj] - properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient 2. [adj] - adequate for the purpose
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Competent

A term for a buyer who is 'legally fit to enter into a sales contract'.
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Competent

Com'pe·tent (kŏm'pe*t e nt; 94) adjective [ French compétent , present participle of compéter to be in the competency of, Late Latin competere to strive after together, to agree with; hence, to be fit. See Compete .] 1. Answering to all requirements;...
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competent

adjective adequate for the purpose; `a competent performance`
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competent

adjective properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient; `a competent typist`
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Competent

• (a.) Rightfully or properly belonging; incident; -- followed by to. • (a.) Answering to all requirements; adequate; sufficient; suitable; capable; legally qualified; fit.
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Competent

The USS Competent was an American Auk Class minesweeper of 890 tons displacement launched in 1943. The USS Competent was powered by diesel engines providing a top speed of 18 knots and carried a complement of 105. She was armed with one 3 inch dual-purpose gun and two 40 mm anti-aircraft guns.
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Competent

A person or company or court which is legally qualified, with mental and reasoning capacity, to perform certain sound duties or face trials.
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Competent

1) Able to act in the circumstances, including the ability to perform a job or occupation, or to reason or make decisions. 2) In wills, trusts, and contracts, sufficiently mentally able to understand and execute a document. 3) In criminal law, sufficiently mentally able to stand trial or testify. 4) In evidence, relevant and legally admissible.
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