capable collocations and examples

 UK /ˈkeɪpəb(ə)l/

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able to do something

Adverbs frequently used with capable
very: easily, eminently, extremely, fully, highly, perfectly, quite, very, wellIt is an ambitious programme but one which we are well capable of achieving.rather: reasonablyIf you are reasonably capable at DIY, it undoubtedly costs less to paint a house capable as someone else: equallyThe two competitors are equally capable of a particular way: academically, intellectually, mentally, physically, technically, technologicallyMany men who are physically capable of fighting are absolutely hopeless at it.
Other nouns/adjectives/verbs frequently used with capable
committed, competent, enthusiastic, experienced, intelligent, motivated, reliable, willingThere is a shortage of experienced, capable people who have the time to work with volunteers.
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