Hindi translation of capable
capablePowered by COBUILD /ˈkeɪpəbəl ˈकेइपबअल्/
Definitions and Translations
1. adjective after link verb
If you are capable of doing something, you are able to do it.
⇒ He was hardly capable of standing up. ⇒ I realised he was capable of murder.
⇒ capable of something ⇒ capable of cruelty/greatness ⇒ look/seem/prove capable ⇒ perfectly/physically/fully capable
Derived formscapability /ˌkeɪpəˈbɪlɪti ˌकेइपअˈबिलिटी/Word forms: capabilities variable noun
⇒ He has great capabilities as an actor.
⇒ collaborative/technological/technical capability ⇒ organizational/analytical/intellectual capability
SIMILAR WORDSability, functionality
Someone who is capable has the ability to do something well.
⇒ She's a very capable speaker.
Derived formscapably adverb
⇒ It was all dealt with very capably.
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Example Sentences Including 'capable'
She thought she knew him, knew that he wasn't capable of hurting anyone.LOST SUMMER (2002)
Surely, he couldn't be the only person capable of provoking a reaction.LOSING IT (2002)
I saw something deep in her eyes, the knowledge of what she was capable of.BETTER THAN THIS (2002)
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'capable' in Other Languages
- Arabic: قَادِر
- Brazilian Portuguese: capaz
- Chinese: 有能力的
- Croatian: sposoban sposobna
- Czech: schopný
- Danish: duelig
- Dutch: capabel
- European Spanish: capaz hazaña
- Finnish: pystyvä
- French: capable
- German: fähig
- Greek: ικανός ικανή
- Italian: capace
- Japanese: ･･･ができる
- Korean: ...할 능력이 있는
- Norwegian: dyktig
- Polish: zdolny zdolna
- Portuguese: capaz
- Romanian: capabil capabil, capabilă, capabili, capabile
- Russian: способный способная
- Spanish: capaz
- Swedish: skicklig skickligt
- Thai: ที่สามารถทำได้
- Turkish: muktedir
- Ukrainian: здатний
- Vietnamese: có năng lực
Translation of capable from the Collins English to Hindi Dictionary