a normal or acquired personality or convenience of a particular function or tendency to a specific activity or impact as oil features an aptitude burning
- inherent ability
- an all natural or obtained disposition or capacity for a certain function, or tendency to a particular activity or effect; because, oil has an aptitude to burn.
- A general fitness or suitableness; version.
- Readiness in learning; docility; aptness.
another person's aptitude for a particular form of work or activity is the ability to learn it quickly also to do so well.
Having an ability to master new skills. Desire for what's being trained or trained is very important.
very early 15c., "tendency, possibility," from center French aptitude (14c.) or right from Late Latin aptitudo (genitive aptitudinis) "fitness," noun of high quality from Latin aptus "joined up with, fitted" (see apt). Meaning "natural ability to learn" is 1540s; compared to "quality of being fit (for an intention or place)" is from 1640s.
Acquired or natural ability (usually quantifiable with aptitude tests), for discovering and skills in a particular area or discipline. Aptitude is expressed in interest, and is mirrored in present performance that is expected to enhance as time passes with instruction.
(n.) A normal or acquired disposition or capacity for a particular purpose, or habit of a certain action or effect; as, oil has actually an aptitude to burn.
- (letter.) A general physical fitness or suitableness; version.
- (n.) Readiness in learning; docility; aptness.
The teachers must not belong to any congregation, and must have a diploma of aptitude for teaching and the degree of licenci.