capability

All Noun
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  • Info A capability is the ability to perform or achieve certain actions or outcomes through a set of controllable and measurable faculties, features, functions, processes, or services.
  • The organization also has the capability to work within and outside the country.
  • During play the player characters gain experience points, which allow them to increase their capabilities.
  • Park rangers and park police officers often use them due to their off-road capabilities.
  • Park rangers and park police officers often use them due to their off-road capabilities.
  • However, in practice, the company did not often take advantage of this capability.
  • Some used on very early home computers had no sound capability at all.
  • This more capable machine could then go on to design a machine of yet greater capability.
  • Why do they all seem to think they are qualified to do things far beyond their technical capabilities?
  • The system provides critical capabilities to military, civil and commercial users around the world.
  • Over the years, military aircraft have been built to meet ever increasing capability requirements.
  • This was the first time this capability had been used for a live combat mission.
  • Several third-party programs were developed to allow easier management of this capability.
  • Military science is also used to establish enemy capability as part of technical intelligence.
  • Almost all classes of PLAN vessels maintain at least some anti-aircraft capability.
  • Capability Brown did at least as much work in the park as he did in the garden.
  • We have the capability to take the world down with us.
  • In addition, the combined work capability of a human is also much lower than that of a machine.
  • That level of power is in turn determined by the state's military, economic, and political capabilities.
  • The parliament has the power to pass laws and has limited tax-varying capability.
  • As the years went on, research was carried out into offensive uses of the newly found capability.
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Meaning of capability

  • noun The quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally
    he worked to the limits of his capability
  • noun The susceptibility of something to a particular treatment
    the capability of a metal to be fused
  • noun An aptitude that may be developed