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he is capable of anything

  • 1 ser capaz de cualquier cosa

    • be capable of anything

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ser capaz de cualquier cosa

  • 2 capaz de hacer cualquier cosa

    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > capaz de hacer cualquier cosa

  • 3 capaz de todo

    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > capaz de todo

  • 4 deambular libremente

    (v.) = wander + at large, roam + free
    Ex. Spreading out from the doorstep is a wider social group whose influence comes to bear on children, particularly after they are old enough to wander at large on their own.
    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *
    (v.) = wander + at large, roam + free

    Ex: Spreading out from the doorstep is a wider social group whose influence comes to bear on children, particularly after they are old enough to wander at large on their own.

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > deambular libremente

  • 5 no meterse en líos

    (v.) = keep out of + trouble
    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep out of + trouble

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no meterse en líos

  • 6 no meterse en problemas

    (v.) = keep out of + trouble
    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *
    (v.) = keep out of + trouble

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > no meterse en problemas

  • 7 sociedad del ocio

    (n.) = leisure society, leisured society
    Ex. After days of contemplating the large number of variables I now believe that a leisure society is inevitable, short of global catastrophe.
    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *
    (n.) = leisure society, leisured society

    Ex: After days of contemplating the large number of variables I now believe that a leisure society is inevitable, short of global catastrophe.

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociedad del ocio

  • 8 sociedad trabajadora

    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > sociedad trabajadora

  • 9 vagar libremente

    (v.) = roam + free
    Ex. While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.
    * * *
    (v.) = roam + free

    Ex: While in traditional working society, everybody was kept busy, and out of trouble, a leisured society would be one in which people roamed free and unfettered, and capable of absolutely anything.

    Spanish-English dictionary > vagar libremente

  • 10 hacer hablar a los mudos

    • be capable of doing anything

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > hacer hablar a los mudos

  • 11 ser capaz de hacer cualquier cosa

    • be capable of doing anything

    Diccionario Técnico Español-Inglés > ser capaz de hacer cualquier cosa

См. также в других словарях:

  • capable — adj. capable of (he is capable of anything) * * * [ keɪpəb(ə)l] capable of (he is capable of anything) …   Combinatory dictionary

  • capable */*/*/ — UK [ˈkeɪpəb(ə)l] / US adjective Get it right: capable: The adjective capable is never followed by an infinitive. Use the pattern capable of doing something: Wrong: Both sexes are capable to do military service. Right: Both sexes are capable of… …   English dictionary

  • capable — ca|pa|ble [ keıpəbl ] adjective *** 1. ) capable of able to do something: I want to see you achieve what you are capable of. capable of (doing) something: The port is capable of handling 10 million tons of coal a year. He is capable of anything ( …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • capable de tout — foreign term Etymology: French capable of anything ; unpredictable …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • παντοποιόν — παντοποιός capable of anything masc/fem acc sg παντοποιός capable of anything neut nom/voc/acc sg …   Greek morphological index (Ελληνική μορφολογικούς δείκτες)

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