capable of or in?

Prepositions after "capable"

Is it usefull? (2.5 / 6 votes)

In 98% of cases capable of is used

Ambulatory - Capable of walking.

Capable of operation with 5 or 3.

Capable of thinking for yourself; 5.

The soul of the meanest is as capable of the new creation as the soul of the highest.

Even if you are capable of getting out of the situation, being in the situation sucks.

And it is capable of immediate and accurate determination by resort to sources of reasonably indisputable accuracy.

The fact that it is capable of being docile enough to deal with inner-city commuting makes it even more remarkable.

Capable of playing either small forward or two guard, Hill joins Matt Barnes, Jamal Crawford and Willie Green on L.

In 1% of cases capable in is used

I feel capable in that capacity.

Bligh showed that she was capable in a crisis.

He? s proven capable in all that he has tried.

All I know is that I'd still very capable in all respects, and intend to stay that way.

If they happened to be more capable in the kitchen, we would happily eat their cooking.

Thus this study addresses how far TAMs and VBMs are capable in explaining equity prices.

With the bias, and stereotype, that girls and women are not capable in mathematics, this is very refreshing to see.

Any omission of these procedures is treated as a serious error capable in law of vitiating the decision arrived at.

Lucy was great fun and very capable in every way, nothing seemed to phase her and I would thoroughly recommend her.

Some students are strong in certain areas and some are strong in others, but no one is equally capable in all eight.