Definitions for "Competent"
Answering to all requirements; adequate; sufficient; suitable; capable; legally qualified; fit.
Rightfully or properly belonging; incident; -- followed by to.
having the mental ability to understand the nature and effects of one’s decisions.
(Competency) — Possessing sufficient or suitable skill, knowledge or experience to achieve a specific objective. For example: She is competent to supervise the carpet cleaning operation in our building.
Vocational education term. Refers to when you can actually perform a skill (usually unsupervised).
Referring to bacteria that have been treated, for example, by soaking in calcium chloride, so that their ability to take up DNA molecules is enhanced.
Ability of flowing water to transport large particles.
Making bacterial cell membrane permeable to DNA by a variety of different methods including exposure to certain salts or high voltage.
Keywords:  inquiry, proven, evidence, thing, facts
The term "competent" indicates evidence or facts required by the very nature of the thing to be proven, such as the production of a writing where its contents are the subject of inquiry.
Authority (CA) The regulatory body charged with monitoring compliance with the national statutes and regulations of European Member States.
Keywords:  overlying, plus, enough, rocks, strong
layers of rock strong enough to support their own weight plus the additional weight of overlying rocks
Keywords:  fully, immune, functioning, system
having a fully functioning immune system.
Keywords:  constructive
constructive 1/2
Having competency.