Meaning of “capable” - Learner’s Dictionary

capable

adjective us uk /ˈkeɪpəbl/
He's eminently capable.She certainly proved herself capable during her time working here.Is she capable of managing a team?I don't suppose she's capable of getting there on her own in her current state of health.Is this man really capable of leading the country?

B2 able to do things effectively and achieve results:

She's a very capable young woman.
capable of sth/doing sth

B2 having the ability or qualities to be able to do something:

He's capable of doing much better than this.
She was capable of great cruelty.
→ Opposite incapable

(Definition of “capable” from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)