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adjective, suffix uk   us   /ɪˈneɪ.bl̩d/
provided with a particular type of equipment or technology, or having the necessary or correct system, device, or arrangement to use it: WAP-enabled mobile phones Their aim is to make sure that every home and business becomes internet-enabled in the next ten years. operated or made possible by the use of a particular thing: voice-enabled software
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