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adjective /ˈkeipəbl/
clever especially in practical ways
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
Everything was dealt with very capably by the police.
capability noun ( plural capabilities)
She certainly has the capability to win another tennis championship.
Translations of “capable”
in Korean 유능한…
in Arabic قادِر عَلى…
in French capable, capable (de)…
in Italian capace…
in Chinese (Traditional) 有能力的, 熟練的, 能幹的…
in Russian способный…
in Turkish yeterli, güçlü, muktedir…
in Polish zdolny…
in Portuguese capaz…
in German tüchtig, imstande sein…
in Catalan capaç…
in Japanese 有能な…
in Chinese (Simplified) 有能力的, 熟练的, 能干的…
(Definition of capable from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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