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-ability capacity or fitness for (such) a state, use, or action.
ability the capacity or power to do something; quality of being able. [1/2 definitions]
ablative2 having the capacity for or susceptibility to ablation.
adaptable having the capacity to be adapted." [1/2 definitions]
adviser a teacher or other person in an official capacity who gives advice on certain matters, esp. those of an educational or vocational nature. [1/2 definitions]
air power a country's military capacity for waging war by air.
ample sufficient or more than sufficient in size, capacity, or amount.
appeal capacity for attracting interest and attention. [1/7 definitions]
appreciation the act of judging worth or quality, or the capacity for so judging. [1/3 definitions]
aptitude a particular innate capacity. [1/2 definitions]
at full blast (informal) at maximum speed or capacity.
athleticism an athletic quality or capacity, as involved in or required by a particular sport, feat, or the like, or as possessed by a person or animal.
balance physical or mental stability, or the capacity to reach stability when required. [1/8 definitions]
barrel the quantity that such a vessel can hold, used as a unit of capacity, varying from thirty-one to forty-two gallons in the United States. (abbr.: bbl.) [1/6 definitions]
bbl. abbreviation of "barrel," or "barrels," a unit of capacity, varying from thirty-one to forty-two gallons in the United States.
blind without the capacity to see or understand. [1/12 definitions]
brim to be filled to the brim or to capacity. [1/4 definitions]
buoyancy the capacity to float or rise up in a liquid or gas. [1/2 definitions]
bushel1 in the US, a unit of capacity of dry measure equal to four pecks or 35.239 liters. [3/5 definitions]
butt4 a unit of capacity equal to 126 gallons or about 477 liters, used for measuring beer or wine, or a barrel or cask with this capacity.
c.3 abbreviation of "cup," or "cups," in the US, a unit of capacity equal to eight fluid ounces, 237 milliliters, or sixteen tablespoons; cupful.