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"aptitude" in British English

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aptitudenoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈæp.tɪ.tjuːd/  us   /-tuːd/
a ​naturalability or ​skill: My ​son has no/little aptitude forsport. We will take ​your personal aptitudes and ​abilities into ​account.
(Definition of aptitude from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"aptitude" in American English

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aptitudenoun [C/U]

 us   /ˈæp·tɪˌtud/
naturalability or ​skill: [U] My ​son has no aptitude for ​sports.
(Definition of aptitude from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"aptitude" in Business English

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aptitudenoun [C or U]

uk   /ˈæptɪtjuːd/  us   /ˈæptɪtuːd/
a ​naturalability or ​skill: aptitude for sth Discovering that he had an aptitude for ​finance, he got a ​job as a commercial-credit ​analyst.display/have/show an aptitude He has been ​studying for A-levels and has shown an aptitude forcomputerstudies, art, and ​design.
(Definition of aptitude from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “aptitude”
in Korean 적성…
in Arabic نَزعة, قابِليّة, مَلَكة…
in Malaysian kebolehan…
in French aptitude (à), disposition(s) (pour)…
in Russian склонность…
in Chinese (Traditional) 天資,資質, 才能…
in Italian attitudine…
in Turkish yetenek, doğuştan gelen beceri, kabiliyet…
in Polish uzdolnienie…
in Spanish aptitud, habilidad, facilidad para…
in Vietnamese năng khiếu…
in Portuguese aptidão…
in Thai ความถนัด…
in German die Begabung…
in Catalan aptitud, capacitat…
in Japanese 才能, 素質…
in Chinese (Simplified) 天资,资质, 才能…
in Indonesian bakat, kemampuan…
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