What is certified?

  • (adj): Fit to be certified as insane (and treated accordingly).
    Synonyms: certifiable
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on certified:

American Electrology Association
... Testing Service they created and administer the Certified Professional Electrologist exam ... Those passing the exam are known as Board Certified Electrologists, Certified Professional Electrologists (CPE) ...
Certified (David Banner album)
... Certified is the third album from rapper David Banner ... was "Ain't Got Nothing" (backed with "Certified") ...
Enstrom F-28 - Variants - 280
... 280 Shark Certified September 1975 ... Certified 1975 280L Hawk Stretched cabin four-seat version, first flying in December 1968 ... Certified December 1980 280FX Based on the 280F with landing gear fairings, redesigned air intakes on top of the cabin and a redesigned a relocated horizontal ...
Cessna 402 - Variants
... Certified 20 September 1966 ... Certified 29 October 1968 ... Certified 12 November 1969 ...
ISO/IEC 27001 Lead Implementer - Other Information Security Certifications
... Certified Information Systems Security Professional Systems Security Certified Practitioner Certified Information Security Manager Certified Information Systems ...

More definitions of "certified":

  • (adj): Endorsed authoritatively as having met certain requirements.
    Example: "A certified public accountant"
  • (adj): Holding appropriate documentation and officially on record as qualified to perform a specified function or practice a specified skill.
    Synonyms: qualified
  • (adj): Having quality or payment or delivery guaranteed.
    Example: "Certified milk"; "certified check"; "certified mail"

Famous quotes containing the word certified:

    Faith means belief in something concerning which doubt is still theoretically possible; and as the test of belief is willingness to act, one may say that faith is the readiness to act in a cause the prosperous issue of which is not certified to us in advance.
    William James (1842–1910)