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ca·pa·ble

 (kā′pə-bəl)
adj.
1. Having capacity or ability; efficient and able: a capable administrator. See Usage Note at able.
2. Having the ability required for a specific task or accomplishment; qualified: capable of winning.
3. Having the inclination or disposition: capable of violence.
4. Permitting an action to be performed: an error capable of remedy; a camera capable of being used underwater.

[Late Latin capābilis, from capere, to take; see kap- in Indo-European roots.]

ca′pa·ble·ness n.
ca′pa·bly adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.capably - with competence; in a competent capable manner; "they worked competently"
Translations
بِبَراعَه، بِكَفاءه
schopně
kvalificeret
meî færni
schopne
yetenekli bir biçimde

capably

[ˈkeɪpəblɪ] ADVcompetentemente

capably

[ˈkeɪpəbli] adv (= competently) [deal with] → avec compétence

capably

capably

[ˈkeɪpəblɪ] advcon abilità

capable

(ˈkeipəbl) adjective
1. clever especially in practical ways. She'll manage somehow – she's so capable!
2. (with of) clever enough to; likely to; able to. He is capable of doing better; He is quite capable of cheating us.
ˈcapably adverb
ˌcapaˈbility noun
References in classic literature ?
However, Katharine had put together a string of names and dates, so that the poet was capably brought into the world, and his ninth year was reached without further mishap.
Japan swiftly assimilated the Western ideas, and digested them, and so capably applied them that she suddenly burst forth, full- panoplied, a world-power.
Meanwhile, as she armored her spirit, she built a fire, put on water to heat, attended capably to innumerable details.
Vern Roberts, always capably assisted by Mike Meltzer at the tournament desk and with administrative help from Glenn Hall, deserves kudos for managing the 2015 nationals: the seeding, the scheduling and dealing with the various one-wall personalities.
Coppen capably dealt with efforts from Aaron Roberts and David Renyard and Mark Boyd struck a free kick agonisingly wide of the North Shields' goal.
Can I say thanks for that support, and more importantly, can I ask all those capably of making a difference do just that.
IN a lighter continent of TV copland, Judge John Deed - I mean Inspector George Gently (BBC1) - plods capably on.
Written capably and from an American evangelical perspective, the author interprets Jenson's own program of naming God's very identity according to the Trinity for the sake of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
If it attracts an aud, it will be due to the key supporting part capably played by the late Cory Monteith, in one of his final roles.
We also acknowledge and thank all the highly capably candidates who were shortlisted for this position, said President Zuma.
While Chardon High School near Cleveland appears to have responded capably to a shooting in late February, it highlights the extraordinary difficulties of preventing violence and deaths in schools.
The small orchestra, assembled especially for this concert, accompanied capably for an ensemble that is not accustomed to playing together, though there were some problems with intonation in the violins.