1.1(ability)capacidad femininecapability to + inf — capacidad para + inf
- No other nation has such an impressive capability to project power and influence.
- They were interested in Knock Airport and had the capability of bringing a significant number of jobs to the base.
- This would serve to strengthen the range of the product on offer, thereby increasing the capability to capture a wider market.
- Do we have the intellectual capability to understand the deepest principles behind the harmony and complexity of Nature?
- We're not there yet, but we have the capability of tracking products now.
- As the capability of flash has increased so has the demand for people to create flash movies.
- On its own, New Zealand will struggle to maintain the capacity and capability to regulate therapeutic products into the future.
- A salesperson cannot afford to make promises which the organization does not have the competence or capability to meet.
- The market power resides in the capability to give less and charge more.
- There is a capability to bring them in from all over the country.
- Those with money or access to money are becoming the only ones with the capability of placing an initiative on the ballot.
- Not many countries have the technological capability to produce and supply generic drugs even if the laws permit that.
- Camp touches the lives of all its participants and provides experiences that have the capability to transform people.
- Again, Filmbox's capability to generate images immediately led the Bravo producers to call on Kaydara.
- He should single out carefully those who have strong commitment and capability to implement any programs set by the administration.
- I'm not questioning a woman's capability to have intelligent conversation.
- He definitely showed his talents and capability to win.
- He is showing his capability of being a strong and secure president through these troubled times.
- That means Pakistan also has capability to produce these grenades.
- We all know that India has the talent and capability to win a medal.
1.2capabilities plural(potential)aptitudes feminineto have capabilities — tener aptitudes
- The experiences the baby has in the first few years of their life determines the intellectual capability of the child.
- Removing the distraction of gender allows boys and girls to concentrate on maximum development of their capabilities and talents.
- It is beyond my capabilities to comprehend the level of evil that has infected the minds of these people.
- Two thousand and four concluded with the leadership capabilities of the Prime Minister still in question.
- The student should clearly understand his capabilities and identify his aptitude for higher education and a career.
- It is a condition which has affected his ability to let people know his true capabilities.
- Through hardships we discover what we are really made of, our physical, emotional, mental capabilities.
- Symes showed the extent of his capabilities in the club's biggest game in its recent history.
- In effect, Gua acted like a human child to the extent of her physical capabilities.
- This mission is well beyond the capability of conventional chemically powered spacecraft.
- There is a grain of truth here - he stubbornly refuses to accept that age matters, or there is a limit to human capabilities.
- I was scared that things would all go wrong and that it would really reflect badly on me and my abilities and capabilities.
- The cognitive capabilities and skills of robots are doubling every few months.
- Some drivers are afraid to drive the car to the full extent of its capabilities.
- It is beyond my capability to comprehend how someone could starve a baby to death.
- They were able to draw on their capabilities and reach their goals.
2.1Militarycapacidad femininenuclear capability — capacidad nuclear
- Does the absence of a chemical-warfare tactical capability hurt the U.S. military?
- Acquiring nuclear weapons capability clearly would be a difficult undertaking for such organizations.
- The need to apply appropriate military capability prudently is paramount.
- Her experiences at Scutari convinced her that the impediment to maximal military capability was illness.
- The strategic aim of strike is to effectively deprive the enemy of the capability to employ military forces in the pursuit of their aim.
- First, how much conventional war-fighting capability should the US military retain?
- In any case, only the United States has the military capability to undertake global operations by itself.
- This compels the Army to accelerate the development of selected future force capabilities.
- Typically, operational centers of gravity are military capabilities or forces.
- They also need to understand how military capability is empirically related to the functionality of systems.
- Nations are restructuring their military capabilities to provide such forces more easily.
- He said deployment of the WLRs were part of the force protection capability offered by the Australian Army.
- People are an essential element of any military capability.
- The huge effort to build up the U.S. presence in the Middle East taxed the Air Force's airlift capability.
- The author cites an absence of Baltic military capability as another NATO obstacle.
- Military capability is the other indispensable component of defense.
- Currently there is no deployable capability for the European Rapid Reaction Force.
- Both new countries had to reduce their military capability and both states had to pay reparations for war damage.
- There's been a big buildup in military capability, in missiles deployed along the mainland coast.
- The creation of a European arms industry was linked to plans for a military capability independent of NATO.
2.2(of machine)cilindrada femininecapacidad feminine