able to make (something)

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able to make (something)

Able to attend an event or other social gathering. I have a prior commitment, so I won't be able to make the event Friday night. My work schedule changed, so I'm able to make your party after all!
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I suppose you will be able to make many purchases now--to buy shoes and dresses and all sorts of things?
Whether upon release the PlayStation Vita will be able to make good its potential and overcome (http://www.
Will I be able to make it to the bathroom independently?
If prior years' taxable gifts put the taxpayer in the 39% gift tax bracket, he will be able to make additional gifts in 1999 of only $23,717.
When positioned properly in a segmental seating system, he was able to make eye contact with people and his environment.
With the addition of a direct SWIFT interface, not only have we been able to significantly improve the performance of VMC models in simulation, we are able to make these models available to designers working in virtually every simulation environment, without requiring any additional effort on the part of the IP developer.
But we hope people can see the reward in helping a young person develop into a responsible adult who is able to makes the most of their new opportunities to live a productive and happy life.
As a result, whilst it is envisaged that the Environmental Management Division will be able to makes use of the Construction solution (incorporating a reactive, planned and cyclical repairs and maintenance solution) for costing purposes, the division will require specific functionality with regards to workflow management, work scheduling, land management, performance management and reporting for cyclical works.
The equipment is able to makes up 7,000 cubic meters per day.
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