- 1.1 (provide means for) to enable sb to +
infpermitir(le) aalgn + inftheir generosity enabled us to make the trip nos fue posible hacer el viaje gracias a su generosidad, su generosidad nos permitió hacer el viajeMore example sentences1.2 (make possible) posibilitar, permitir new technology will enable better communications la nueva tecnología posibilitará or permitirá mejores comunicaciones 1.3
(enabling pres p)[legislation] habilitante enabling act ley (f) de autorización enabling technologies tecnologías (fpl) instrumentales
- Their findings will be available within days enabling the lifebuoy committee to proceed with putting more buoys in place.
- Accounts are expected to be available by next year, enabling a wide range of authorised providers to offer the funds.
- There are also 16 day-places at the hospice, enabling sufferers to chat with people who understand the trauma they are going through.
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Each of the 55 different administrative areas into which Spain is divided is called a provincia. Each provincia includes a main city or town, sometimes more, depending on its social and economic power. The provincial capital usually has the same name as the province.