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able

adjective
 
 
/ˈeɪbl/
be able to do sth A2 to have the ability to do something or the possibility of doing something
móc coś zrobić , potrafić coś zrobić
He'll be able to help you. →  Opposite be unable to do sth Skill, talent and ability
clever or good at doing something
zdolny
She's a very able student.Skilled, talented and able
ably adverb
umiejętnie
Robson, ably assisted by Anderson, has completely rebuilt the team.
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