1. (uncountable) The ability to perform a task or function; that set of functions that something is able or equipped to perform.
  2. (US, legal, uncountable) In United States trademark law, the tendency of a product design to serve a function other than identification of the product, preventing that design from being protected as a trademark.
  3. (organic chemistry, countable) The presence of a functional group.
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