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noun as in range of capabilities

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When asked whether she knew the stool would be an instant hit, she told me, confidently, “Yes, the functionality of being a stool with the quickness of being food,” made the chair an easy sell.

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When you need reactive page elements as part of site functionality, in other words, elements that change when universal or user-specific data changes, that’s when React becomes an excellent choice!

To enable this functionality, business owners must sign up with one of Google’s supported scheduling providers.

Although Google said “the API is backward compatible and there are currently no changes in scope or functionality,” there are some changes you should be aware of.

The platform’s acquisition by Microsoft has expanded its business features and functionality, making it a stand up and authoritative tool for business sales teams.

As the reach and functionality of the web becomes broader and more sophisticated, it both connects and isolates us.

Some services charge a fee for premium functionality, and sometimes, this functionality includes exporting the data.

People are much more reassured by functionality than by dysfunction.

As the law stands, a metal piece is required, but nothing is said about the permanence or the functionality of the metal.

What Americans make, the innovative Chinese make cheaper and often times with richer functionality.

The general notions of functionality, limits and continuity are explained in the article Function.

The nearest to it to be found there is "Functionality," which is defined as — "The state of having or being a function."

It had much of the functionality of my defunct systems, in a package I could slip in my shirt pocket.

For full functionality of this file, download the html version.

A sense of community requires that its members share in the functionality of literacy.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to functionality, such as: performance, process, purpose, service, use, and component.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.