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Translation of "capable" - English-Spanish dictionary

capable

adjective   /ˈkeɪ·pə·bl/
able to do things well competente She’s a very capable young woman.
capable of
able to do something capaz de I know she is capable of good work. I know the quality of work she is capable of.
→  Opposite incapable
(Definition of capable from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

capable

adjective /ˈkeipəbl/
clever especially in practical ways capaz She’ll manage somehow – she’s so capable!
(with of) clever enough to; likely to; able to capaz, competente He is capable of doing better He is quite capable of cheating us.
capably adverb
competentemente Everything was dealt with very capably by the police.
capability noun ( plural capabilities)
capacidad She certainly has the capability to win another tennis championship.
(Definition of capable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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