competent : Definition, Usages, News and More
- a properly or sufficiently qualified or capable or efficient
a competent typist
- s adequate for the purpose
a competent performance
- a legally qualified or sufficient
a competent court
- John McCain in San Francisco Chronicle
The way McCain sees it, "any confident, competent country and its government should embrace competition ...... not hide from our competitors and cheat our consumers and workers."
- Didier Drogba in BBC News
Drogba told French newspaper L'Equipe: "Benitez was a manager I respected a lot. He has really disappointed me. Until now, I found him very competent and also classy. A top boss would never go so low to attack a player."
- Rod Thorn in San Jose Mercury News
He's been a big part of our success here the last seven years,Thorn said. "He's a wonderful guy. Very competent. I'm sure he'll do a great job there."