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Example Sentences for "capable"


He probably lied to her; he's certainly capable of itHe is a very capable worker; I'm sure he'll be able to do it.

He probably lied to her; he's certainly capable of it.

This car is capable of doing 0 to 100 in 3.5 seconds.

Our new photocopier has the capability of working almost twice as fast as the old one.

He always loses at poker because he is incapable of hiding his feelings.

Do you think that a two-year-old child is capable of knowing the difference between telling the truth and lying?

This new machine is capable of filling about 20% more beer bottles per hour than the old machine.

Gandhi once said that a coward is incapable of exhibiting love.

There is a Hebrew proverb that states that until a child is one year old, it is incapable of sin.

The grizzly bear is capable of running as fast as the average horse.

The human brain is capable of recording over 86 million bits of information daily.

Part of the function of schooling is to enhance the capabilities of the individual, particularly the ability to reason.

Goethe once said, Treat people as though they were what they ought to be, and you help them become what they are capable of being.

Wind is capable of transporting enormous quantities of sand and dust which, when deposited, form many of our planet's distinctive landforms.

Discussion question: Do you think that a two-year-old child is capable of knowing the difference between telling the truth and lying?

Find someone who is capable of holding his/her breath for one minute.

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