English to Latvian Meaning of able - spējīgs

Able :

spējīgs, uzņēmīgs, efektīvs, varonīgs, kvalificēts, eksperts, lietpratējs, izveicīgs, grūti, stīvs, stiprs, ciets, izturīga, apdāvināts, iedarbīgs, spēcīgs, potenciāls, varens, muskuļots, gudrs, veikls, kompetents, pieaudzis, aktīvs, operatīvs, reaģējošs, lietojams, atjautīgs, liels, piemērots, pelnījis, pa labi

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Definitions of able in English
Adjective(1) (usually followed by `to'(2) have the skills and qualifications to do things well(3) having inherent physical or mental ability or capacity(4) having a strong healthy body
Examples of able in English
(1) You need to have a strong squad to be able to compete in the top half of the Premiership.(2) we'll help you as much as we're able(3) she's able to use the new system(4) It is not known if any of the riders will be able to compete at the top level again.(5) They are allowed one magazine and they might be able to earn the right to have a book.(6) We have had a really hard year and I would have never been able to afford to pay for it.(7) It seems just wonderful to be able to take pictures of anything you want and post it.(8) In some ways not being able to drive now is analogous to not being able to read a century ago.(9) The translation was made by an array of the most able scholars and poets of the time.(10) The morning journey was relaxing and I was able to read a lot that will help me at work.(11) Mark has just started to be able to take a few steps but will never have full mobility again.(12) When you add in council tax and other bills we know we wouldn't be able to afford that.(13) She was able to break free and punch one of the men when two passersby came to her aid.(14) she's very able(15) I saw this movie on t.v. years and years ago and have yet to be able to find it in a video store.(16) He may not have been able to afford the art at the galleries but he met the people who could.
Related Phrases of able
(1) be able to ::
būt spējīgam
(2) be able ::
(3) to be able ::
būt spējīgam
(4) able-bodied ::
(5) not able to ::
(6) not be able to ::
(7) be able to do ::
varēs izdarīt
(8) be able to see ::
varēs redzēt
(9) able to see ::
varētu redzēt
1. capable of ::
spējīgs uz
2. intelligent ::
3. able-bodied ::
4. capable ::
1. incompetent ::
2. inept ::
3. poor ::
4. unfit ::
5. unqualified ::
Different Forms
Word Example from TV Shows
but you'll be able to come visit me
at Castle Black when you're better.

but you'll be ABLE to come visit me at Castle Black when you're better.

Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 2

With any luck, the gout will abate with
time and he will be able to walk again.

With any luck, the gout will abate with time and he will be ABLE to walk again.

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 2

he'd be able to
pull the guts out of a pumpkin.

he'd be ABLE to pull the guts out of a pumpkin.

The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 11

Weather is right, you might
be able to catch Montreal,

Weather is right, you might be ABLE to catch Montreal,

Breaking Bad Season 5, Episode 15

and a huge black cloud\Nstopped him from being able to think,

and a huge black cloud
stopped him from being ABLE to think,

Money Heist Season 1, Episode 10

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