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Middle French aptitude, from Medieval Latin aptitudo, from Latin aptus (apt, fit); see apt. Compare attitude, which is a doublet of this word.

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aptitude (countable and uncountable, plural aptitudes)

  1. Natural ability to acquire knowledge or skill.
  2. The condition of being suitable.

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aptitude f (plural aptitudes)

  1. aptitude