Enabler



[en-ey-buh l] /ɛnˈeɪ bəl/

verb (used with object), enabled, enabling.
1.
to make ; give power, means, competence, or ability to; authorize:
This document will enable him to pass through the enemy lines unmolested.
2.
to make possible or easy:
Aeronautics enables us to overcome great distances.
3.
to make ready; equip (often used in combination):
Web-enabled cell phones.
/ɪnˈeɪbəl/
verb (transitive)
1.
to provide (someone) with adequate power, means, opportunity, or authority (to do something)
2.
to make possible
3.
to put (a digital electronic circuit element) into an operative condition by supplying a suitable input pulse
n.

1610s, agent noun from enable.
v.

early 15c., “to make fit;” mid-15c., “to make able to,” from en- (1) “make, put in” + able. Related: Enabled; enabling.

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