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competent adj.

VERBS be, feel, look, seem | become | make sb A year of college had made her more socially competent. | consider sb, regard sb as He was not considered competent to teach seven-year-olds.

ADV. extremely, highly, very a small number of highly competent officials | fully, perfectly | fairly, moderately, quite, reasonably | mentally She was mentally competent and she had the capacity to decide for herself. | socially, technically

PREP. in She is competent in five languages.