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Translation of "capacity" - English-Turkish dictionary

capacity

noun     /kəˈpæsəti/
CONTAIN [C, U]
B2 the largest amount or number that a container, building, etc can hold hacim, kapasite The restaurant has a capacity of about 200. The stadium was filled to capacity (= completely full).Including and containingComprising and consisting of
PRODUCE [U]
the amount that a factory or machine can produce üretim miktarı, kapasitesi The factory is operating at full capacity (= producing as much as possible).Products and producersBuying and selling in general
ABILITY [C]
B2 the ability to do, experience, or understand something bir şeyi yapma, anlama ve uygulama yeteneği, yetisi, kapasitesi, kavrayış, kavrama She has a great capacity for love.Skill, talent and ability
JOB [C]
a position or job görev, iş He attended over 100 events last year in his capacity as mayor.Jobs, careers and professionsWorking
(Definition of capacity from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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