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aptitude

noun /ˈӕptitjuːd/
(sometimes with for) (a) talent or ability
aptitud, habilidad, facilidad para
Sophie has always had an aptitude for mathematics.
Translations of “aptitude”
in Korean 적성…
in Arabic نَزعة, قابِليّة, مَلَكة…
in French aptitude (à), disposition(s) (pour)…
in Italian attitudine…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天資,資質, 才能…
in Russian склонность…
in Turkish yetenek, doğuştan gelen beceri, kabiliyet…
in Polish uzdolnienie…
in Portuguese aptidão…
in German die Begabung…
in Catalan aptitud, capacitat…
in Japanese 才能, 素質…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天资,资质, 才能…
(Definition of aptitude from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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