English to Latvian Meaning of capable - spējīgs

Capable :

spējīgs, uzņēmīgs, efektīvs, varonīgs, kvalificēts, eksperts, lietpratējs, izveicīgs, spēcīgs, varens, iedarbīgs, stiprs, potenciāls, aktīvs, operatīvs, piemērots, grūti, stīvs, ciets, izturīga, atjautīgs, apdāvināts, prasmīgs, veikls, lietojams, pietiekami, atbilstošs, liels, labi, talantīgs, kompetents, pelnījis, pa labi

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Definitions of capable in English
Adjective(1) (usually followed by `of'(2) possibly accepting or permitting(3) (followed by `of'(4) having the requisite qualities for(5) have the skills and qualifications to do things well
Examples of capable in English
(1) The boxes are packed and the house cleared and put into the capable hands of a local real estate agent.(2) The solicitor, a very nice and capable young woman, agreed that this was wrong.(3) At IPC she proved a capable chief executive and did not shy away from the tough decisions.(4) The play is in the capable directorial hands of Sir Peter Hall and also stars Janet Suzman.(5) It was fortunate that, in its hour of need, the country was able to call upon so capable a man.(6) Even the most capable biographers stray when they dabble in Freudian psycho-waffle.(7) The evidence is that some boys are failing to achieve the results of which they are capable .(8) All credit to Wigan, they played well today and they are a very capable team.(9) Although I was still technically still quite capable , the job became more difficult for me.(10) Only here and there did the Aberdonian produce anything like the form of which he is obviously capable .(11) All in all, he proved a capable Chairman, handling staff on both sides of the Irish Sea with aplomb.(12) The ladies are definitely capable but we will have to wait and see what happens.(13) He misses the final as he is on holiday but leaves the team's fortunes in the capable hands of Simon Barker.(14) For a second time in the game Leigh showed how capable they were of springing from defence into attack.(15) Our brave new world would be a meritocracy, where people who are capable do the jobs.(16) What is good is that England now strive not just to win but to play the cricket of which they know themselves capable .
Related Phrases of capable
(1) capable of ::
spējīgs uz
(2) be capable of ::
(3) be capable ::
(4) not be capable ::
nebūt spējīgs
(5) capable person ::
rīcībspējīga persona
(6) highly capable ::
ļoti iespējams
1. competent ::
2. able ::
3. open ::
4. equal to ::
vienāds ar
1. incompetent ::
2. inept ::
3. poor ::
4. unfit ::
5. unqualified ::
Different Forms
Word Example from TV Shows
...yet would be capable of killing
upon telepathic command.

...yet would be CAPABLE of killing upon telepathic command.

The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 4

...who are capable of asking the question.

...who are CAPABLE of asking the question.

The Big Bang Theory Season 6, Episode 1

what they were
really capable of.

what they were really CAPABLE of.

Westworld Season 3, Episode 8

Are you capable of that, Jon Snow?

Are you CAPABLE of that, Jon Snow?

Game of Thrones Season 4, Episode 10

If I were capable of tricking Father,
I'd be emperor of the world by now.

If I were CAPABLE of tricking Father, I'd be emperor of the world by now.

Game of Thrones Season 2, Episode 1

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