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Meanings and phrases
- (usually followed by `of') having capacity or ability
- possibly accepting or permitting; open; subject
- having the requisite qualities for; adequate to; equal to; up to
- (followed by `of') having the temperament or inclination for
- have the skills and qualifications to do things well; able
- These plotters were capable of producing quite sizable drawings.
- These large crucibles were capable of producing c.20 kg of brass.
- Eagles in captivity have been capable of producing up to seven eggs.
- The boat was capable of operating at a depth of .
- They were capable of operating at a depth of .
- SS "Üsküdar" was capable of carrying 344 passengers.
- The B-2 is capable of carrying of ordnance.
- Each vehicle is capable of carrying at least 42 passengers.
- Shrimp boats became larger, faster, and more capable.
- A new and more capable aircraft was needed.
- They were much more loose, much more porous, much more capable of change."
- They fill in places we're not capable of filling ourselves.
- The radios were not capable of roaming.
- He's not capable of understanding.
- The airport is capable of handling nine million passengers per year.
- On completion, the port will be capable of handling all types of cargo.
- NEERC is expected to be capable of handling up to 190,000 tonnes of waste per year.
- Together, they are capable of playing 48 chords.
- It was capable of playing the organ.
- He is a right sided winger, who is also capable of playing as a forward.
- The boat was capable of operating at a depth of .
- The boat was capable of operating at depths of up to .
- It has 5 GB of memory, capable of holding 2,500 songs.
- Each boat is capable of holding 25 people.
- The stadium is capable of holding approximately 54,990 spectators.
- They are capable of generating of continuous tractive effort.
- It was capable of generating both digital and additive sounds.
- Some individuals are capable of generating over 600 distinct sounds.
- This animal is fast, capable of running up to 25 km/h.
- Gary sneeringly said that the government wasn’t capable of running the company.
- It is capable of running on a 704 with a minimum of 4 K 36-bit words of core storage.
- capable of making single-varietal cider.
- "We have maybe 10 guys now capable of making All-Pro," said Greene in 1972.
- In particular, making these machines capable of making important decisions the way humans do.
- He is also capable of providing assists for his teammates.
- Excavated material is capable of providing for cash receipts, Gowa regency.
- Lastly, the EDS is capable of providing objective analysis tools and aggregation.
- They were very capable, but not very original.
- The Mosquito also proved a very capable night fighter.
- Instead, Byrd puts his trust into his very capable cast."
- This hub is capable of supporting wireless protocols (e.g.
- In part they are firm and thus capable of supporting flight.
- The following graphics cards have been reported as capable of supporting GeoWalls.
- No other model in existence is capable of performing this role.
- Furthermore, even single neurons appear to be complex and capable of performing computations.
- It is reportedly one of the few hospitals in North Korea capable of performing complex surgeries.
- She also wields pistols capable of firing concussive blasts.
- FN claims that the SLP is “capable of firing eight rounds in less than one second”.
- An automatic firearm is capable of firing multiple rounds with one pull of the trigger.
- Eventually the mother made Lixiang the head of the business, since he was most capable.
- It quickly became one of the most capable carrier-based fighter-bombers of World War II.
- He is thought to be one of the most capable of the Spanish colonial officials in his day.
- However, when called on, she was more than capable of taking care of herself.
- Is anyone actually capable of taking to the road without ending up in a car wreck?"
- Players won by destroying his opponent's Five Shields with creatures, with each shield capable of taking 4 points of damage.
- It expresses an era of urban revolution as no other surviving building is capable of doing ...
- WL Central shows what the Web is capable of doing beyond the 140 characters of Twitter and the informal chit-chat on Facebook."
- The ads were widely criticized as unscrupulous, fear-mongering, and exaggerating what home security systems were capable of doing.
- The pulverised fuel boilers were capable of delivering 320.0 kg/s of steam.
- This cable is capable of delivering all the electrical energy consumed on Bornholm.
- The system is capable of delivering 50kW of power and has a maintenance period of 5 years.
- The adding machine range began with the basic, hand-cranked P100 which was only capable of adding.
- The dock accommodation at Methil was very limited, being only capable of handling ships up to 150 tons.
- Metabolic labeling experiments are only capable of comparing RNA abundances before and after pulse-labeling.
- There are some Armadas that are capable of using E85.
- She is capable of using the high-level magic «Moonlight Mirror».
- He is also capable of using some divine powers making him a master of magic lightning attacks.
- All were capable of reaching Chungking at high water, and all year-round.
- Locomotive power capable of reaching has existed in Britain since 1938, when the LNER's "Mallard" broke the steam locomotive speed record.
- On February 26, 2019, Ooni introduced the Ooni Koda, a gas-powered portable pizza oven capable of reaching and cooking pizzas in 60 seconds.
- However, the Soviet Army was still capable of conquering Western Europe without much difficulty.
- During domestication, cats have undergone only minor changes in anatomy and behavior, and they are still capable of surviving in the wild.
- With the last three songs, "Try Me", "Turn It Up" and "Pull Up", Tanya Stephens shows that she's still capable of delivering decent dancehall tunes."
- One of the first goals of Contreras, was to build a church capable of accommodating all the parishioners.
- She is capable of accommodating up to 12 guests in one master suite, two VIP and two double guests cabins.
- Before her helipad was rebuilt in 2012, she also had a small hangar capable of accommodating one helicopter for ice reconnaissance.
- smartphones), capable of detecting cosmic rays.
- The electronic warfare system is capable of detecting and jamming hostile radars.
- "C. stygia" are capable of detecting the odors that occur immediately after death.
- Silverfrost FTN95 is also capable of creating .NET code.
- In this version, Byrna uses a robotic suit of armor that is capable of creating snow.
- India is also capable of creating tritium more efficiently by irradiation of lithium-6 in reactors.
- In addition, soybeans are less capable of defending themselves against the predatory insects under high .
- Epidemics, less capable successors, and overstretched supply lines forced a retrenchment and left Septem isolated.
- Until his injury healed, the high command in Catalonia passed into the less capable hands of Lieutenant General Miguel Iranzo.
- He proposed the goal of a new rocket aircraft capable of .
- The Prop-Jet was an attempt to produce a small, propeller driven business aircraft capable of cruising at speeds above 350 mph (560 km/h).
- The aircraft was initially designed as a specialized fighter, but later became a multirole aircraft capable of both air-to-air combat and ground attack missions.
- They are capable of causing substantial damage to unprotected areas of an attacker.
- The most common example is ethanol (alcohol), which is capable of causing reversible cerebellar and vestibular ataxia.
- "I. miniatus" is calm and reluctant to bite, but has a venom capable of causing severe pain and extensive bleeding in humans.
- It includes five -diameter ports, each capable of carrying payloads weighing up .
- The heart of the system is several (usually eight) powerful hydraulic pumps, each capable of producing around 500 horsepower (373 kW).
- Vertical, or the thrust axis, shaking is accomplished by using 16 vertical actuators manufactured by TEAM Corporation, each capable of .
- Their own energy weapons are capable of destroying them.
- capable of destroying entire planets.
- One of the most powerful guns to see service in World War II, it was capable of destroying any Allied tank at very long ranges.
- It is a jam-resistant system capable of operating while experiencing heavy electronic countermeasures.
- The latest implementation of AXE is on a blade cluster system capable of handling up to 8 million subscribers.
- The goal was to create a system capable of delivering GPS-quality localization indoors, where GPS satellites do not function.
- He is also capable of flying at impossible speeds, between Earth and Kahani.
- Also like Daffy Duck, Plucky is capable of flying with his wings but very rarely does so.
- The F-5 became the first military plane in Venezuela capable of flying at supersonic speeds.
- These are hardened bricks that are capable of withstanding enemy onslaught during sieges.
- The battery is capable of withstanding 3,000 charge cycles while conserving 80% of its capacity.
- In 1964, Edelrid and Mammut both developed dynamic ropes capable of withstanding multiple falls.
- Cupuladriid Bryozoa are capable of both sexual and asexual reproduction.
- Heisenberg thought that every mathematical formulation was capable of both wave and particle interpretations.
- The success of these canines was related to the development of lower carnassials that were capable of both mastication and shearing.
- The new series depicts the Daleks as fully capable of flight, even space flight.
- The Moros were judged as "fully capable of dealing with Japanese fifth columnists and invaders alike."
- According to the Quran and the Sunnah, Muslims are fully capable of preserving spirituality and self-rule.