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  • noun

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

Antonyms

the susceptibility of something to a particular treatment

the amount that can be contained

Synonyms

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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Tourism Ecological Pressure (TEP) refers to the ratio of tourism ecological footprint per capita against tourism ecological carrying capacity per capita in a country or region, indicating the pressure level undertaken by the region, its calculation formula is:
If there do remain at least eight M&Ms, then each M&M has one offspring, so that the total M&Ms on the plate will double if the carrying capacity permits.
Joel Cohen points out that demographers' estimates of carrying capacity have varied widely over the years.
Water- and Sewerage Authority shall acquire 11 units vans with carrying capacity approx.
Biodiversity carrying capacity is reached at deer densities lower than either cultural or biological carrying capacity.
The just-completed study, "The Net Costs of Immigration to California" was commissioned by Carrying Capacity Network (CCN), a non- profit organization which seeks to increase understanding of the interrelated nature of environmental degradation, population growth and immigration issues.
Den Hartogh Liquid Logistics specialises in transporting and storing liquid chemicals, aiming to provide cost-efficient transport by ensuring optimal use of carrying capacity.
Without key predators, he adds, prey populations grow beyond the ecosystem's carrying capacity and the entire food chain becomes unbalanced.
manufacture equipment that increases the speed and carrying capacity of fiber-optic cables, the micro-thin strands of glass that are the primary arteries for telephone and Internet traffic.
The building contains one elevator with a 2,500-pound carrying capacity.
Baltic Trading's fleet consists of two Capesize, four Supramax and three Handysize vessels with an aggregate carrying capacity of approximately 672,000 dwt.
Recent data from the IHS Maritime show that four supertankers, each with a maximum carrying capacity of 2 million barrels, joined NITC's fleet between May and the end of July.
Summary: New York: The combined carrying capacity of oil tankers leaving Iranian ports last month rose .
The design for the roadway alternative replicates the traffic carrying capacity of FDR Drive, and preserves entrances and exits.
The all thin-film device is said to have significant multifunctional capabilities when compared to transistors, thanks to its high current carrying capacity and unique modulation gain.