to make capable; enable.
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
to make legally competent
(rare) to make capable
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).
the ability to receive or contain: This hotel has a large capacity. the maximum amount or number that can be received or contained; cubic contents; volume: The inn is filled to capacity. The gasoline tank has a capacity of 20 gallons. power of receiving impressions, knowledge, etc.; mental ability: the capacity to learn calculus. actual […]
the connection of two or more circuits by means of a capacitor.