be eligible for sth


be eligible for sth
be v eligible for sth ECON, PERS, POL für etw. berechtigt sein, für etw. geeignet sein, für etw. qualifiziert sein, Voraussetzungen erfüllen für etw.; für etw. anspruchsberechtigt sein (for subsidies or grants); für etw. anrechnungsfähig sein (National Insurance)

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