Capable definition, having power and ability; efficient; competent: a capable
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having the required skills for an acceptable level of performance <a capable and
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When people are capable, they can handle whatever task is at hand, like a
capable teacher who can explain difficult concepts and make it fun. You may also
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1 (capable of doing something) Having the ability, fitness, or quality necessary to
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Having capacity or ability; efficient and able: a capable administrator. See Usage
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capable - Translation to Spanish, pronunciation, and forum discussions.
He does not need help; he is capable of eating on his own. As everyone knew,
he was capable of violence when roused. That fact is not capable of proof.
1560s, from Middle French capable or directly from Late Latin capabilis "
receptive; able to grasp or hold," used by theologians, from Latin capax "able to
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