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    Post Correct idiom for "potential"

    Does something have the potential of doing xyz or the potential for doing xyz?

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    Re: Correct idiom for "potential"

    Quote Originally Posted by Purisrt View Post
    Does something have the potential of doing xyz or the potential for doing xyz?
    Someone has the potential to do xyz.
    Someone can also have the potential for doing xyz.

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