ability to act


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  • ability to act or perform — See capacity …   Ballentine's law dictionary

  • act — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. & v. See action, drama, conduct, affectation, representation, rule. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [An action] Syn. action, deed, performance, exploit; see action 2 . 2. [An official or legal s …   English dictionary for students

  • ability — [n1] power to act, perform aptitude, capability, capacity, competence, competency, comprehension, dexterity, endowment, facility, faculty, intelligence, might, potentiality, qualification, resourcefulness, skill, strength, talent, understanding;… …   New thesaurus

  • ACT! — Sage ACT! Screenshot  A screenshot of the Customer database of ACT! Developer(s) Sage Initial release 1987 …   Wikipedia

  • Ability To Repay — An individual s financial capacity to make good on a debt. Specifically, the phrase ability to repay was used in the 2010 Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act in Title XIV, the Mortgage Reform and Anti Predatory Lending Act,… …   Investment dictionary

  • ability — /euh bil i tee/, n., pl. abilities. 1. power or capacity to do or act physically, mentally, legally, morally, financially, etc. 2. competence in an activity or occupation because of one s skill, training, or other qualification: the ability to… …   Universalium

  • ability — a•bil•i•ty [[t]əˈbɪl ɪ ti[/t]] n. pl. ties 1) power or capacity to do or act physically, mentally, legally, morally, or financially 2) competence based on natural skill, training, or other qualification 3) abilities, talents; special skills or… …   From formal English to slang

  • ability — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. power, skill, competency, capacity, capability, aptitude, faculty, talent (inf.), know how; what it takes (si). Ant., inability, incompetency. II (Roget s IV) n. 1. [Capacity to act] Syn. aptitude,… …   English dictionary for students

  • Act of Proscription 1746 — On August 1, 1746 the Act of Proscription (19 Geo. 2, c. 39) came into effect in Scotland. This was part of a series of efforts to assimilate the unruly Scottish Highlands while ending their ability to revolt, and the first of the King s laws… …   Wikipedia

  • ability — Capacity to perform an act or service; e.g. to support spouse and family. Financial ability is usually construed as referring to pecuniary ability. See also able to earn capacity incapacity …   Black's law dictionary

  • -ability — also ibility noun suffix Etymology: Middle English abilite, ibilite, from Anglo French abilité, ibilité, from Latin abilitas, ibilitas, from abilis, ibilis able + tas ty capacity, fitness, or tendency to act or be acted on in a (specified) way <… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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