1. n способность, возможность

ability to walk — способность ходить

penetrative ability — способность проникать в тыл противника

ability to finance — способность обеспечивать финансирование

starch-liquefying ability — крахмалоразжижающая способность

location ability — способность к определению местоположения

colony-forming ability — способность к образованию колоний

2. n способность, ловкость; квалификация, умение

ability test — психотехническое испытание

ability factor — показатель работоспособности

a man of ability — способный или знающий человек

moisturizing ability — увлажняющая способность

defoaming ability — пеногасительная способность

dispersing ability — диспергирующая способность

emulsifying ability — эмульгирующая способность

predictive ability — прогнозирующая способность

3. n часто способность; талант; дарование, одарённость

ability for music — музыкальные способности

ability to stand trial — способность предстать перед судом

water-absorbing ability — влагопоглотительная способность

native ability — врождённый талант; природная способность

water absorbing ability — водопоглотительная способность

hill-climbing ability — способность преодолевать подъемы

4. n ком. платёжеспособность
5. n юр. правоспособность, компетенция
Синонимический ряд:
1. aptitude (noun) aptitude; aptness; craft; forte; gift; ingenuity; talent
2. command (noun) adeptness; command; expertise; expertism; expertness; knack; know-how; mastership; mastery; proficiency; skill
3. competence (noun) adequacy; capability; capacity; competence; competency; cunning; endowment; facility; faculty; genius; might; qualification; qualifiedness
Антонимический ряд:
imbecility; inability; incapacity; incompetence; limitation; stupidity; weakness

English-Russian base dictionary . 2014.

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Смотреть что такое "ability" в других словарях:

  • Ability — may be: * aptitude * ability to pay * Intelligence * physical ability * skill * expertiseAbility: The way to do something.Ability may also refer to: * Ability score, in role playing games * Ability Plus Software, makers of the office suite… …   Wikipedia

  • ability — I noun ableness, adaptability, adeptness, adequacy, aptitude, aptness, capability, capacity, competence, competency, enablement, facultas, faculty, fitness, fittedness, ingenium, mastership, mastery, potentiality, potestas, proficiency, prowess,… …   Law dictionary

  • ability — ability, capacity, capability are often confused in use. Ability primarily denotes the quality or character of being able (as to do or perform) and is applied chiefly to human beings. Capacity in its corresponding sense means the power or more… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • Ability — A*bil i*ty ([.a]*b[i^]l [i^]*t[y^]), n.; pl. {Abilities} ([.a]*b[i^]l [i^]*t[i^]z). [F. habilet[ e], earlier spelling habilit[ e] (with silent h), L. habilitas aptitude, ability, fr. habilis apt. See {Able}.] The quality or state of being able;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • ability — UK US /əˈbɪləti/ noun [C or U] ► the power or skill needed to do something, or the fact that someone is able to do something: »There s no doubting her ability. the ability to do sth »A good leader has the ability to motivate people. »We like our… …   Financial and business terms

  • -ability — suffix expressing ability, fitness, or capacity, from L. abilitas, forming nouns from adjectives ending in abilis (see ABLE (Cf. able)). Not etymologically related to ABILITY (Cf. ability), though popularly connected with it …   Etymology dictionary

  • ability — [n1] power to act, perform aptitude, capability, capacity, competence, competency, comprehension, dexterity, endowment, facility, faculty, intelligence, might, potentiality, qualification, resourcefulness, skill, strength, talent, understanding;… …   New thesaurus

  • -ability — [ə bil′ə tē] [L abilitas: see ABLE & ITY] suffix forming nouns a (specified) ability, capacity, or tendency …   English World dictionary

  • -ability — [əbılıti] suffix also ibility [: Old French; Origin: abilité, from Latin abilitas, from abilis; ABLE] makes nouns from adjectives ending in ↑ able and ↑ ible ▪ manageability ▪ suitability …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • -ability — [ ə bıləti ] suffix used with adjectives ending in able to make nouns meaning a particular quality: suitability dependability …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • ability — (n.) late 14c., from O.Fr. ableté expert at handling (something), from L. habilitatem (nom. habilitas) aptitude, noun of quality from habilis easy to manage, handy (see ABLE (Cf. able)). One case where a Latin silent h failed to make a return in… …   Etymology dictionary

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