Definitions of "disqualify"
  1. To eliminate or exclude due to a failure in meeting necessary characteristics, qualifications, or conditions
  2. To remove someone's power or authority to exercise a particular privilege or right after conducting a formal review or assessment
How to use "disqualify" in a sentence
  1. In the competition, the judges had to disqualify a participant who failed to meet the age requirement.
  2. The board may disqualify a member if they fail to attend the required number of meetings.
  3. If a professional breaches their code of conduct, they may be disqualified from practicing in their field.

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