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faculty

noun /ˈfӕkəlti/ ( plural faculties)
a power of the mind
facultad
the faculty of reason.
a natural power of the body
facultad
the faculty of hearing.
ability or skill
habilidad
She has a faculty for saying the right thing.
(often with capital) a section of a university
facultad
the Faculty of Arts/Science.
(Definition of faculty from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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