capable definition

  • adjective:
    • Having capability or ability; efficient and ready: a competent administrator.
    • being able required for a specific task or achievement; competent: capable of winning.
    • Having the desire or personality: with the capacity of violence.
    • allowing an action becoming carried out: a mistake effective at remedy; a camera with the capacity of being used underwater.
    • ready and efficient; being able required for a particular task; obtaining the personality doing something; allowing or being prone to some thing.
    • Of sufficient ability or size for holding, containing, getting or taking-in. Construed with of, for or an infinitive.
    • Possessing ability, certification, or susceptibility; having capacity; of enough dimensions or power.
    • Possessing sufficient energy; competent; ready; totally competent.
    • Possessing legal energy or capacity.
    • Capacious; huge; comprehensive.
    • (usually accompanied by `of') having ability or ability
    • (followed closely by `of') getting the temperament or tendency for
    • possibly accepting or permitting
    • getting the necessity characteristics for
    • have the skills and skills doing things well
    • Having capability or capability; efficient and ready: a capable administrator.
    • Having the ability needed for a specific task or accomplishment; qualified: capable of winning.
    • obtaining the interest or personality: with the capacity of physical violence.
    • allowing an action to-be performed: a mistake with the capacity of treatment; a camera capable of getting used underwater.
    • ready and efficient; being able needed for a specific task; obtaining the disposition to accomplish some thing; permitting or being susceptible to some thing.
    • Of enough capacity or dimensions for holding, containing, obtaining or taking-in. Construed with of, for or an infinitive.
    • Possessing capability, qualification, or susceptibility; having capability; of adequate size or strength.
    • having sufficient energy; skilled; ready; completely skilled.
    • having legal energy or capacity.
    • Capacious; big; comprehensive.
    • (usually followed closely by `of') having capability or ability
    • (followed by `of') having the temperament or tendency for
    • perhaps accepting or allowing
    • obtaining the prerequisite qualities for
    • have the abilities and qualifications to complete things really
  • others:
    • capable hold or consist of; sufficiently capacious (for): followed by of.
    • Capacious; substantial; comprehensive: as, “a able and large payback,”
    • in a position to get; ready to accept influences; impressible; receptive; prone; admitting: generally accompanied by of: because, effective at pain and grief; effective at lengthy duration; capable of being colored or changed: sometimes made use of positively.
    • capable of being received.
    • Fitted or deserving for: as, “capable of mercy,”
    • Sufficiently ready (to do something): as, a guy with the capacity of judging.
    • Having legal power or capacity: as, a bastard isn't effective at inheriting an estate.
    • Possessing a great amount of cleverness or ability; skilled; in a position; competent: as, a capable judge; a good instructor.
    • Synonyms registered, fitted, adjusted, efficient, smart, skilful, gifted, carried out.
    • in a position to hold or contain; adequately capacious (for): followed by of.
    • Capacious; extensive; comprehensive: as, “a capable and wide revenge,”
    • in a position to receive; open to impacts; impressible; receptive; vulnerable; admitting: typically followed by of: as, capable of discomfort and grief; with the capacity of lengthy timeframe; with the capacity of becoming colored or changed: sometimes used definitely.
    • Able to be received.
    • Fitted or deserving for: as, “capable of mercy,”
    • Sufficiently ready (to-do one thing): as, a guy effective at judging.
    • Having appropriate power or capacity: as, a bastard just isn't with the capacity of inheriting an estate.
    • having an excellent degree of intelligence or ability; skilled; able; competent: because, a good judge; a good instructor.
    • Synonyms certified, fitted, adapted, efficient, clever, skilful, gifted, achieved.

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