capability noun (ABILITY) translate to Mandarin Chinese
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capability

noun [C or U] (ABILITY)
能力
 
 
/ˌkeɪ.pəˈbɪl.ɪ.ti/ US  /-ə.t̬i/
the ability to do something
能力;才干;水平
These tests are beyond the capability of an average 12-year-old.
这些测试超出了一个普通12岁孩子的能力。
[+ to infinitive] With the new machines we finally have the capability (= power) to do the job properly.
有了新机器,我们终于有能力很好地完成该工作。
Skill, talent and ability
Translations of “capability”
in Korean 가능성…
in Arabic قُدرة…
in Portuguese capacidade, aptidão, competência…
in Catalan capacitat, habilitat…
in Japanese 能力…
in Italian capacità…
in Chinese (Traditional) 能力, 才幹, 水準…
in Russian способность…
in Turkish yeterlik, yetenek, güç…
in Polish potencjał, zdolność…
(Definition of capability noun (ABILITY) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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