able în Indoneziană

pronunție
a. kuasa, pintar, cakap, trampil, sanggup, kapabel, punsu, daksa, berwenang: yg berwenang, kaya, kecakapan: yg menunjukkan kecakapan

Propozitii exemplu

In the near future, we will be able to put an end to AIDS.
Dalam waktu dekat ini kita akan mampu mengobati AIDS
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Jorge is able to speak four languages.
Dia bisa berbicara empat bahasa.
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I'm sure I'll be able to find it.
Saya yakin saya akan dapat menemukannya.
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As a result of a traffic jam, he wasn't able to see her off at the station.
Akibat dari kemacetan lalu lintas, dia tidak dapat melihat keberangkatannya di stasiun.
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I regret not being able to join you.
Saya menyesal tidak bisa bergabung dengan Anda.
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Due to my lumbago, I won't be able to attend Koizumi's party.
Karena sakit punggungku kambuh, aku tidak bisa menghadiri pestanya Koizumi.
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Am I physically able to eat this one?
Saya bisa makan yang ini?
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He isn't able to do it.
Dia tidak mampu melakukannya.
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Tom wonders if the painter will be able to disguise the small holes in the walls.
Tom penasaran apakah tukang cat itu bisa menyamarkan lubang pada dinding-dinding yang ada.
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Are you not able to speak English?
Apa kau tidak bisa berbahasa Inggris?
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Sinonime
(usually followed by `to') having the necessary means or skill or know-how or authority to do something: ability, power
difficult to reach or attain: ungetatable, un-get-at-able, inaccessible, unaccessible
discrimination in favor of the able-bodied: favoritism, discrimination, ableism, ablism, able-bodism, favouritism
capable of being reached or attained: get-at-able, accessible, getatable
having a strong healthy body: able, fit
discrimination in favor of the able-bodied: favoritism, discrimination, ableism, ablism, able-bodiedism, favouritism
a seaman in the merchant marine; trained in special skills: mariner, old salt, tar, sea dog, seaman, gob, able seaman, Jack, seafarer, Jack-tar
have the skills and qualifications to do things well: competent, capable
having inherent physical or mental ability or capacity: capable
having a strong healthy body: able-bodied, fit



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