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ablest Meaning in Bengali

 সক্ষম, সমর্থ, দক্ষ, শক্ত, ক্ষম, ক্ষমতাবান্, ক্ষমতাশালী, শক্তিমান্, পটু, লায়েক, সক্রিয়, কর্মণ্য, প্রতিভাধর, প্রতিভাশালী, প্রতিভাসম্পন্ন, যোগ্য,


যোগ্য, প্রতিভাসম্পন্ন, প্রতিভাশালী, প্রতিভাধর, কর্মণ্য, সক্রিয়, লায়েক, পটু, শক্তিমান্, শক্ত, দক্ষ, ক্ষমতাশালী, ক্ষমতাবান্, ক্ষম, সমর্থ, সক্ষম,

ablest's Usage Examples:

Leonteus is described by Strabo, as one of "the ablest men in the city" of Lampsacus, along with Idomeneus.

BC), a son of Polemocrates and son-in-law of Parmenion, was one of the ablest and most faithful of Alexander the Great's generals during his eastern expedition.

Reilly described Fisher as one of his ablest people, proving to be a star as his Assistant Administrator for Toxics and.

One of the ablest admirals of the 18th Century Maratha Navy, Kanhoji Angre (a.

He is often considered one of the ablest popes of the 9th century.

Amarnath Jha was reputed as the ablest professor in India of his time.

was based on solely on his belief that Sengge was the ablest of his eight sons.

For being the ablest Sengge was given the southern half of the Khanate.

On the orders of Scipio Africanus, two of his ablest commanders, Gaius Laelius and Masinissa, followed Syphax's retreat to the.

considered to be one of the Imperial Japanese Army's most successful and ablest strategists during the Second Sino-Japanese War, who commanded the Japanese.

Nevertheless, his reputation as ‘one of the ablest and most clearheaded men in administration and finance’ was emphasised by.

Some uses of the word refer to a form of meritocracy, where the ablest are in charge, ostensibly without the influence of special interest groups.

Michigan line coach Clarence "Biggie" Munn called Watts "pound for pound the ablest man I ever coached.

Speaker Littleton and his relations with the Whigs: "He was one of their ablest, most zealous and most steadfast friends; and had been, both in the House.

McArthur became one of the ablest Federal commanders in the Western Theater.

In the 1980s, Time magazine called him the "ablest of today's atheistic philosophers", and he regularly debated Christian philosophers.

She has been described as "perhaps the ablest and most outstanding woman field botanist of her time".

The National Academies Press called him "the ablest condensed matter physicist of his generation".

was born in Cremona, the sixth child and pupil of Gaetano, and was the ablest and most consistent violin maker of his family.

He was known as being among the ablest of the disciples of Kumārajīva.


ability; power;


powerlessness; unable; inability;

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