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able having a high degree of ability, talent, or skill. [1/2 definitions]
absolute pitch the ability to sing or recognize the pitch of any tone heard; perfect pitch. [1/2 definitions]
access authorization or ability to enter, look at, or use something. [1/5 definitions]
acetylcholine a form of this compound used in medicine for its ability to decrease blood pressure and cause muscular movement in such organs as the alimentary canal. [1/2 definitions]
acoustics (used with a pl. verb) the conditions of a physical space that determine its ability to transmit sound. [1/2 definitions]
adaptable having the ability to adjust to particular needs or conditions. [1/2 definitions]
adept having great skill or ability; proficient. [1/2 definitions]
aerobic tending to stimulate the heart and lungs and thereby improve the body's ability to utilize oxygen. [1/3 definitions]
aerobics (used with a sing. or pl. verb) a system of physical conditioning involving sustained and vigorous exercise such as running, swimming, cycling, or dancing, that stimulates the heart and lungs and thereby improves the body's ability to utilize oxygen.
alexia the loss of reading ability, caused by lesions in the brain.
animal a living creature that is generally distinguished from plants by its cellular structure and by the ability to move voluntarily. [1/5 definitions]
animate characterized by motion or the ability to move. [1/8 definitions]
antiseptic having the ability to kill harmful microorganisms. [2/4 definitions]
aphasia partial or total loss of the ability to use or to understand spoken or written language, usu. as a result of damage to the brain.
apoplexy the sudden loss of the ability to feel or move, caused by a rupture or obstruction of an artery in the brain; stroke.
apt having ability to learn quickly. [1/4 definitions]
aptitude ability to learn quickly. [1/2 definitions]
aptitude test a test intended to measure the probable ability of an untrained person to perform well in a particular job or course of study.
art a fine skill that has resulted from natural ability, practice, or study. [1/4 definitions]
ataxia loss or lack of ability to coordinate voluntary muscle movements.
audiometer an instrument that measures range and degree of hearing ability.