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Synonyms for capacity

Synonyms for capacity

physical, mental, financial, or legal power to perform

the ability or power to seize or attain

Synonyms for capacity

capability to perform or produce


the susceptibility of something to a particular treatment

the amount that can be contained


the maximum production possible

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a specified function

(computer science) the amount of information (in bytes) that can be stored on a disk drive

an electrical phenomenon whereby an electric charge is stored

the power to learn or retain knowledge

tolerance for alcohol

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Standard features: Benchtop model requires only air supply and 115 v current for use and has interchangeable heating cylinder sizes and various shot capacities.
Most types of media cartridges are available in a variety of capacities and tape lengths and are widely distributed.
If you want long-term research collaborations as a basis for building research capacities, you have to start at the ground level of building researcher-to-researcher connections," says Damstra.
The president of an automobile company may see the capacity of the company as less than the sum of the capacities of all the establishments within the company because shortages of key components, such as engines or automatic transmissions, may limit total production.
In this way the real European capacity numbers have been revealed, and key large companies who exaggerate their capacities can now be correctly compared with others.
To reach native terabyte-class tape cartridge capacities and beyond, Maxell has developed Neo Super Maximum-capacity Advanced Reliability Tape (NeoSMART)--a collection of advanced technologies and production methodologies designed to support native capacities of up to 10TB per cartridge and beyond.
First, it seeks to familiarize the reader with the concepts of impairment, disability, handicap, functional limitations, functional capacities, and functional assessment, and to discuss the professional benefits of incorporating the client's functional limitations and capacities into the rehabilitation diagnosis and planning process.
Central water systems include outdoor air-cooled chillers in 20- to 527-ton capacities and single-, dual-, and multiple-compressor designs, as well as indoor, water-cooled units from 23 to 481 tons.
The question of how long capacities can increase without corresponding increases in performance leads to a discussion of just exactly what are the real limits of storage.
Customers can purchase the VXA-172 Packet Drive today and easily upgrade to larger capacities tomorrow.
Disk-drive projections indicate capacities of nearly 5TBs in 2013 and native tape cartridge capacities ranging as high as 10TBs by 2013.
Capacities from 500 to 1500 cfm, it can be readily added to any existing air ring to improve bubble cooling.
Disk-drive projections indicate capacities of nearly 5 terabytes in 2013 and native tape cartridge capacities ranging as high as 10 terabytes by 2013.