capable of holding much; spacious or roomy:
a capacious storage bin.
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capable of holding much; roomy; spacious
the ratio of an impressed charge on a conductor to the corresponding change in potential. the ratio of the charge on either conductor of a capacitor to the potential difference between the conductors. the property of being able to collect a charge of electricity. Symbol: C. Historical Examples LRL Accelerators Lawrence Radiation Laboratory The Radio […]
to make capable; enable. Historical Examples Notes on the Book of Leviticus C. H. Mackintosh Journal of a Residence at Bagdad Anthony Groves Modern Machine-Shop Practice, Volumes I and II Joshua Rose verb (transitive) to make legally competent (rare) to make capable v.
to make capable; enable. verb (transitive) to make legally competent (rare) to make capable v.
pertaining to electrical capacitance, or the property of being able to collect and hold a charge of electricity. exhibiting or relying on electrical capacitance: smartphones with capacitive touchscreens that react to electrical impulses generated by your finger. Compare resistive (def 2).