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potential

noun
 
 
/pəˈtenʃəl/
SUCCESS [U] B2 qualities or abilities that may develop and allow someone or something to succeed
güç, yetenek, özellik, potansiyel
to achieve your full potential PotentialHoping and hopefulness
potential for sth/doing sth the possibility that something may happen
olması olası/muhtemel
There is the potential for some really interesting research.Possible and probable
the difference in voltage (= how strong an electrical current is) between two pointsElectricity and electronics
Translations of “potential”
in Korean 잠재력…
in Arabic إمكانِيّة…
in Portuguese potencial…
in Catalan potencial…
in Japanese 将来性がある, 見込みがある…
in Italian potenziale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 潛力,潛能…
in Russian потенциал…
in Chinese (Simplified) 潜力,潜能…
in Polish potencjał…
(Definition of potential noun from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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