Capability (noun)

  1. The quality or state of being capable; ability.
  2. A skill or feature that a person or thing is capable of.
  3. A computer's or software's ability to perform certain tasks or functions.
  4. A quality or feature that a product or system is capable of providing.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from late latin capacitas, from capacitare (see capacitate).

Examples:

  1. She has a natural capability for leadership.
  2. The device has a capability to connect to Wi-Fi.
  3. The software has the capability to process large amounts of data.
  4. The smartphone has a capability of recording high-quality video.
  5. His capability to speak multiple languages is impressive.
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