音標：[ ˌkeipə'biliti ] 發音:
- Their ultimate capabilities are still not fully understood .
- She has great capability as a singer and should be trained .
- It is not that elizabeth misjudges charlotte's capabilities .
- Man gradually invented devices to extend his experimental capabilities .
- The third reason was the failure to comprehend clearly the capabilities of the enemy .
- It represented a sustained effort beyond the capabilities of the nasbys and billingses .
- I had recently written an article on the flight capabilities of hang gliders .
- The attempts to employ this capability for routine survey purposes were discouraged .
- During the course of the seventies we would lose our residual counterforce capability .
- The expected return depends not only upon the physical capabilities of the machine .
- the quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally; "he worked to the limits of his capability"
- an aptitude that may be developed
- the susceptibility of something to a particular treatment; "the capability of a metal to be fused"