able definition

  • adjective:
    • Having enough power or sources to complete anything: a singer capable reach large notes; a detergent able to remove spots.
    • Usage Problem at risk of action or treatment: The brake system were able to be fixed.
    • specially capable or talented.
    • Fit; adjusted; ideal.
    • Having enough power, energy, force, skill, means, or sources of any sort to complete the item; possessed of skills rendering competent for some end; competent; qualified; able
    • Specially: Having intellectual skills, or powerful mental abilities; showing capability or skill; skilled; clever; effective
    • Legally qualified; possessed of appropriate competence.
    • have the skills and qualifications to-do things really
    • having built-in actual or mental ability or capacity
    • (usually followed by `to') having the needed means or ability or knowledge or expert doing some thing
    • having a good healthier body
  • noun:
    • A word which is used as opposed to the page "A" during interaction.
    • just like ablet.
    • a typical termination of English adjectives, especially of the based on verbs.
  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make ready; to enable; to bolster.
    • To vouch for.
  • others:
    • Having energy or implies adequate; competent; skilled: as, a man able to perform military service; a kid is not able to reason on abstract subjects.
    • legitimately entitled or authorized; having the necessity legal qualification: as, an illegitimate son struggles to simply take by inheritance.
    • In an absolute sense: strenuous; active.
    • Having strong or uncommon capabilities of head, or intellectual qualifications: because, an able minister.
    • to allow.
    • To warrant or answer for.

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