Able definition and meaning


  1. Clever
  2. Skill
  3. Resources to do something
  4. Having sufficient power
  5. Capable


  1. Player with a healthy body

Example Sentences :

He is admittedly an able leader.

Will he be able to catch the train?

Are they able to read these words?

At what time would you be able to come to us tomorrow?

She will be able to swim soon.

She doesn’t seem to be able to catch on to what he is saying.

They are sufficiently well off to be able to spend each winter in Florida.

Both he and I were able to solve the math problem.

He was not able to join in the discussion.

You will be able to actualize your entire potential.

He is not able to come.

Shall I be able to meet my friend tomorrow ?

He will never be able to solve this case.

She will be able to win a prize because she is working hard for it.

If you walk fast then you will be able to catch the bus.

He will be able to pull the team together.

But for his able manager, his business would have gone to rack and ruin.

He was not an able leader.

I won’t be able to come.

He was an able leader.

His life is in doldrums as he has not been able to get a suitable job for the last two years.

A free man is able to plan his own course of action.

He ran fast and was able to catch the bus.

I wouldn’t be able to keep promise.

He was so busy yesterday that he was not able to receive his visitors.

He ran fast and was able to catch the bus.

The villagers were able to return.

He was able to talk to his friend.

Since you are so clever you will be able to explain this.

When I’m boating along the canal next week, I might be able to relax.

If the disco has finished, we might be able to get some sleep.

I won’t be able to come.

I heard a sigh of relief to know that able doctors have saved your life.

When you are not able to connect well with your partner anymore it is one of the signs of a failed marriage.

Will she be able to forgive your mistakes?

You will be able to breathe better.

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