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Word: capacity

Definition: mental or physical ability; role; position or duty; ability to accommodate; Ex. in my capacity as president


Sentences Containing 'capacity'

Abalos served in this capacity until 2007.
At full capacity, she could steam for at a speed of . Armament.
At the time of the renovation, its capacity was 19,600.
Attendance was under capacity in that war year.
But this capacity, as in hybridisation, is by no means absolutely governed by systematic affinity.
By this he means the capacity to represent an object with an image other than its own.
Capacity of the town's stadium is around 3,000 seats.
El Molinón had that day a capacity about 36,000 people.
Generating capacity is 603 megawatts, with an overload capacity of 693 MW.
He replaced major general Durward S. Wilson in this capacity.
He served in that capacity for 17 years.
He served in that capacity in 1997 through 2000.
He then ascended to director of the college in 1996 and continued in that capacity until 2000.
He was the first African to serve in this capacity.
I don't think we've got the carrying capacity.".
In the 17th century, production capacity peaked.
In this capacity, he was the library's link between community members and government.
In this capacity, she steamed between Buna, and Cape Cretin, New Guinea.
It has a maximum capacity of 16,000 spectators.
It was first introduced in April 1958 with an capacity.
It's reservoir has a capacity of of which is active (or "useful") capacity.
Later both were upgraded to a higher capacity.
Rebeck did not return to the show in any capacity.
Stanislaus, which was filled to capacity.
The arena has a seating capacity of 500 spectators.
The capacity of the arena is 4,500 spectators and opened in 2008.
The capacity of the arena is 5,191 people.
The capacity of the arena is 8,000 spectators.
The capacity of the elevator is about 11 people.
The capacity was later upgraded to 180,000 kW.
The designed capacity is and initial capacity is . The tank farm in Samsun will have a storage capacity of and the additional tank farm in Ceyhan . The pipeline is scheduled to become operational in 2012.
The FFRF is only involved in an advisory capacity.
The Komatsu 830E is notable for the rated capacity of . While large, the 830E's capacity is just under two-thirds the capacity of its two largest competitors.
The material must have a large heat capacity.
The original seating capacity was 54,000.
The plant would have a peak capacity of about of bitumen production.
The rated stadium capacity is six thousand.
The reservoir has a capacity of 2 billion cubic meters.
The stadium capacity was reduced from 42,000 to 25,885.
The stadium has a capacity 18,000 people.
The stadium has a capacity of 19,000 spectators.
The stadium has a capacity of 37,000 people.
The stadium has a capacity of 5,200 people.
The stadium has a maximum capacity of 15,000 people.
The total capacity was limited to 17,500.
These D2566 engines have a capacity of and max out at 2,200 rpm.
This capacity is exceeded only by China.
To the best of my judgement, no capacity of astonishment was left in me.
Whereas they should have stopped to consider their capacity.
which has reduced the capacity of the tank.

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