abi̇l

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ability
hüner
ability
yetenek

Biz onun yetenekli bir adam olduğunu kabul ediyoruz. - We admit that he is a man of ability.

Kız müzikal yetenekten yoksundu. - The girl lacked musical ability.

ability
{i} beceri

Sosyal medya gençlerin sözel iletişim becerilerini kısıtlıyor olabilir. - Social media may be inhibiting the ability of young people to communicate verbally.

Bir kişinin kazanabileceği en değerli beceri, kendini düşünebilme yeteneğidir. - The most valuable skill one can acquire is the ability to think for oneself.

ability
kabiliyet

Herkes kendi kabiliyetine göre çalıştı. - Everyone worked according to one's ability.

Birçok dille iletişim kurabilme kabiliyetim olmasaydı, dünyaya dair deneyimlerim çok daha sığ olurdu. - My experience of the world would be much shallower without the ability to communicate in lots of languages.

ability
{i} yeterlik
ability
hassalar
ability
zeka

Zeka, değişikliklere uyum sağlama yeteneğidir. - Intelligence is the ability to adjust to changes.

ability
{i} güç

Zayıflığı gösterme yeteneği bir güçtür. - The ability to show weakness is a strength.

ability
(Denizbilim) yeti

İnsan konuşma yetisine sahiptir. - Man has the ability to talk.

Kedilerin karanlıkta görme yetileri vardır. - Cats have the ability to see in the dark.

ability
{i} iktidar
ability
zekâ

Zeka, değişikliklere uyum sağlama yeteneğidir. - Intelligence is the ability to adjust to changes.

ability
sanat
ability
(Ticaret) mali güç
ability
istidat
ability
ustalık
ability
liyakat
ability
kudret
ability
becerik
ability
yetisi
ability
{i} yetenek, kabiliyet; dirayet
ability
marifet
ability
(Tekstil) vasıf ( özellik )
ability
melekeler
ability
huk ehliyet
ability
kudret abilities kabiliyetler
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ability
A high level of skill or competence

She has an uncanny ability to defuse conflict.

ability
The quality or state of being able

This wood has the ability to fight off insects, fungus, and mold for a considerable time.

ability
A skill or competence

The public men of England, with much of a peculiar kind of ability.

ability
Suitability or receptiveness to be acted upon

This phone has the ability to have its software upgraded wirelessly.

ability
{n} power, capacity, skill, means
Ability
psychic ability; the power or skill you have to do psychic things
Ability
innate and learned competency; talent required to perform a task; one's level of achievement based on skill, motivation, and expectation that one will succeed The greater the ability, the greater the potential for leadership effectiveness See job knowledge
Ability
A quality that enables an individual to perform an act, solve a problem, or make an adjustment Ability refers to potential performance or certain skills or knowledge at a given time
Ability
What a person brings to the job situation without specialised, job specific training, education or experience There are many kinds or abilities As regards to ATCO selection the focus is on relatively broad mental abilities
Ability
n 1 The quality of being able to do something; physical, mental, financial or legal power to perform 2 A natural or acquired skill or talent
Ability
the quality of being able to perform; a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment
Ability
One of the six basic character qualities: Strength (Str), Dexterity (Dex), Constitution (Con), Intelligence (Int), Wisdom (Wis), and Charisma (Cha) Abilities are defined with numerical values (see ability score)
Ability
The present capacity to perform a physical or mental function
Ability
possession of the qualities (especially mental qualities) required to do something or get something done; "danger heightened his powers of discrimination"
Ability
the present or potential capacity of a teacher to perform a task or to use skills, including ones that are intellectual and physical See Aptitude, Performance, Skill, Talent
Ability
This refers to a talent, such as manual dexterity, visual or spatial acuity, or conceptual thinking The premise is that though abilities may be taught, learned, or enhanced, there is a natural predisposition to them
Ability
(A*bil"i*ty) n ; pl Abilities [F habileté, earlier spelling habilité L habilitas aptitude, ability, fr habilis apt See Able ] The quality or state of being able; power to perform, whether physical, moral, intellectual, conventional, or legal; capacity; skill or competence in doing; sufficiency of strength, skill, resources, etc ; in the plural, faculty, talent
Ability
noun characteristic
Ability
The capacity to do something; the power to perform In this document, ability emphasizes developed powers to perform, which are influenced through educational experiences as well as by natural talents, aptitudes, or traits
Ability
(A*bil"i*ty) n ; pl Abilities [F habileté, earlier spelling habilité L habilitas aptitude, ability, fr habilis apt See Able ] The quality or state of being able; power to perform, whether physical, moral, intellectual, conventional, or legal; capacity; skill or competence in doing; sufficiency of strength, skill, resources, etc ; in the plural, faculty, talent
Ability
Sufficient mental or physical strength, energy, dexterity, or other attributes and resources to perform job responsibilities and duties
Ability
abilite, aptitud
Ability
An ability is either a spell or a skill The same ability may be a skill in one college or guild, and a spell in another The difference between the two is that skill are not suseptible to spells that affect the spells you know
Ability
the level of successful performance of the objects of measurement on the variable
Ability
A characteristic that is indicative of competence in a field (See also aptitude )
Ability
This is a term for a learnable, and hence improvable, capability of a character It is a generic term for talents, skills and knowledges Whereas each of these different types of ability can be used in the same way, they have different means of improvement
Ability
is a generic mental or physical power such as communication and problem solving which provides the means of performing tasks in a learning, work or everyday situation (see also skill )
Ability
- competence in doing; natural aptitude or acquired proficiency (Webster Collegiate Dictionary, 10th ed)
Ability
the skill and aptitude that an employee needs in order to perform successfully the various tasks associated with a job
abilities
plural of ability
ability
the quality of being able to perform; a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment possession of the qualities (especially mental qualities) required to do something or get something done; "danger heightened his powers of discrimination
ability
Considerable proficiency; natural capability
ability
{i} power, capacity, capability; skill, talent, aptitude, mental skill or physical power of a person to do something
ability
If you do something to the best of your abilities or to the best of your ability, you do it as well as you can. I take care of them to the best of my abilities
ability
in the plural, faculty, talent
ability
Your ability is the quality or skill that you have which makes it possible for you to do something. Her drama teacher spotted her ability They repeatedly questioned his leadership abilities Does the school cater for all abilities?
ability
The quality or state of being able; power to perform, whether physical, moral, intellectual, conventional, or legal; capacity; skill or competence in doing; sufficiency of strength, skill, resources, etc
ability
Your ability to do something is the fact that you can do it. The public never had faith in his ability to handle the job He has the ability to bring out the best in others. = capability
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