English translation of क्षमता
क्षमताPowered by COBUILD /kshamata/
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1. ability variable noun
Your ability is the quality or skill that you have which makes it possible for you to do something. ⇒ Her drama teacher noticed her ability. ⇒ ...his leadership abilities. ⇒ ...the human ability to communicate using language.
2. calibre uncountable noun
The calibre of someone or something is their qualities, abilities, or high standards. ⇒ The calibre of teaching was very high.
3. capability /ˌkeɪpəˈbɪlɪti ˌकेइपअˈबिलिटी/ variable noun ⇒ He has great capabilities as an actor.
4. capacity variable noun, adjective before noun
The capacity of something is the maximum amount that it can hold or produce. A capacity crowd completely fills a theatre or stadium. ⇒ The theatre has a seating capacity of 350. ⇒ The restaurant was packed to capacity. ⇒ This feature gives the vehicles a much greater fuel capacity.
5. competence uncountable noun ⇒ They have a high level of competence.
6. energy variable noun
If you put all your energy or energies into something, you put all your time and effort into it. ⇒ He put all of his energies into bringing up his son.
7. faculty countable noun
Your faculties are your physical and mental abilities. ⇒ ...faculties of memory and reason.
8. form uncountable noun, (in phrases)
In sport, an athlete's form refers to their ability or success over a period of time. If they are off form they are performing badly; if they are on form, they are performing well. ⇒ His form this season has been brilliant.
9. nerve plural noun
If you talk about someone's nerves, you mean their ability to remain calm and not become worried in a stressful situation. ⇒ A cup of tea calmed my nerves.
10. power uncountable noun
Your power to do something is your ability to do it. ⇒ He thinks that sport has the power to change the world. ⇒ He was so shocked that he lost the power of speech.
11. strength uncountable noun
The strength of a person, organization, or country is the power and influence that they have because they are successful.
12. use uncountable noun
If you have the use of something, you have permission or the ability to use it. ⇒ They had regular use of a car. ⇒ He lost the use of his legs during the war.
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Translation of क्षमता from the Collins Hindi to English Dictionary