aptitude /ˈaptɪtjuːd/

a

I. noun

1. a natural ability to do something

children with an aptitude for painting and drawing.
2. a natural tendency

his aptitude for deceit.
– origin late Middle English: via Old French from late Latin aptitudo, from aptus (see apt).

Add Comment

By Oxford

Oxford

Get in touch

Quickly communicate covalent niche markets for maintainable sources. Collaboratively harness resource sucking experiences whereas cost effective meta-services.