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capable

adjective able, accomplished, adept, adroit, aptus, competent, deft, effective, effectual, equal to, expert, facile, fit, fitted, gifted, idoneus, masterly, potent, proficient, qualified, skillful, suited, worthy
Associated concepts: capable of assisting with one's defense, capable of contracting, capable of inheriting, capable of taking and holding property, capable to inherit, capable to marry, competence capable of distinguishing right from wrong
See also: adequate, artful, competent, deft, effective, efficient, eligible, expert, familiar, fit, informed, omnipotent, operative, possible, potent, practiced, proficient, qualified, resourceful, sciential, veteran, virtual
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