|Origin:||Late Latin capabilis, from Latin capere 'to take'|
ca‧pa‧ble S2 W2
having the qualities or ability needed to do something:
I don't think he's capable of murder.
The company isn't capable of handling an order that large.
I'm perfectly capable of looking after myself, thank you!
able to do things well:
a strong, capable woman
someone who is able to do something well:
Helen was put in the capable hands of hair stylist Daniel Herson.