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    A great capacity

    Hi,


    Is the use of word"capacity" correct in the following sentence? And also, what word can be replaced with this word?

    *Italy has a great capacity to use sea/ocean renewable energies.

    Thanks for your help.

    Best,

    Ali

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    Re: A great capacity

    I see you have already asked the same question here.

    Ask us again if you don't get a satisfactory reply from WR forums.

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