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aptitude

noun [C or U]
 
 
/ˈæptɪtjuːd/ US   /ˈæptɪtuːd/
a natural ability or skill: aptitude for sth Discovering that he had an aptitude for finance, he got a job as a commercial-credit analyst.display/have/show an aptitude He has been studying for A-levels and has shown an aptitude for computer studies, art, and design.
Translations of “aptitude”
in Arabic نَزعة, قابِليّة, مَلَكة…
in Korean 적성…
in Malaysian kebolehan…
in French aptitude (à), disposition(s) (pour)…
in Turkish yetenek, doğuştan gelen beceri, kabiliyet…
in Italian attitudine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天資,資質, 才能…
in Russian склонность…
in Polish uzdolnienie…
in Vietnamese năng khiếu…
in Spanish aptitud, habilidad, facilidad para…
in Portuguese aptidão…
in Thai ความถนัด…
in German die Begabung…
in Catalan aptitud, capacitat…
in Japanese 才能, 素質…
in Indonesian bakat, kemampuan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天资,资质, 才能…
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