|pätevyys englanniksi||competency fi, proficiency fi|
*: the next day they returned unsuspected, leaving their confederates to follow, and in the interim, to convay them a competencie of all things they could ...
*: ... it would appear that before taking this precaution Mr. Bree must have had the thrift to remove a modest competency of the gold ...
*: Superfluity comes sooner by white hairs, but competency lives longer.
*: He had heard people speak contemptuously of money: he wondered if they had ever tried to do without it. He knew that the lack made a man petty, mean, grasping; it distorted his character and caused him to view the world from a vulgar angle; when you had to consider every penny, money became of grotesque importance: you needed a competency to rate it at its proper value.
*: The loan demonstrates, in regard to instrumental resources, the competency of this kingdom to the assertion of the common cause.
*: By the year 2000, American students will leave grades four, eight, and twelve having demonstrated competency in challenging subject matter including English, mathematics, science, history, and geography....
: a test of proficiency in English
: to attain (or to reach) proficiency