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Noun
The ability or capacity to do something
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“He was an outstanding speaker with the power to charm and invigorate his audience.”
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Physical strength or force
“Moving the heavy machinery into place required all the power and strength he could muster.”
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Political or social authority or control
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“The federal government has the power to make laws and to collect taxes.”
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The ability to overpower someone or something
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“He was an abusive and narcissistic person who exerted power over those close to him.”
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A state or country viewed in terms of its political or military strength
“Great Britain was once a great colonial power whose legacy can still be seen in many countries today.”
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(of speech) Having a high level of persuasiveness
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“The power of his words and arguments would ensure his victory in the debate.”
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(a power of, dialectal) A great deal of something
“He had done a power of work on the project and was expectant of results very soon.”
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Electrical or mechanical energy
“Mr. Burns ran the local plant that provided power to the homes in Springfield.”
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Freedom or liberty accorded to an individual
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“You have the power to choose your own destiny in this society.”
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(of a government or government official) Position of governance for a country
“The president had already gained notoriety for his tweets on Twitter during his first year in power.”
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(mathematics) A mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself
“A number raised to the power of zero is always equal to 1.”
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Having, showing, or characterized by force or violent energy
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(of a person) The quality of having a high personal standing or status
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Physical or mental energy or vigor
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The capabilities or efficiency of a machine or product
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The action of driving or pushing, typically forward or onward
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An action or means producing a particular effect
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The use of witchcraft or magic arts
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A rich or powerful person
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The characteristic or fact of being courageous or adventurous
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The ability to attract and charm people
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The benefit, importance or (useful) effect of something
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Energy or effort expended towards an endeavor
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A skill, talent or ability that provides one with a distinct advantage
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A strong or sharp flavor or smell
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A measure of the degree, power or capacity of something in various fields of science
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The most important or essential part of something
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The consequence brought about by a particular event
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Harshness or sharpness in tone, nature or character
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A numerical measure representing an entity's vitality or endurance
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The faculty by which a person decides on and initiates action
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Fluent or persuasive speaking or writing
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A god, goddess or deity
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The effects or influence of something, typically a chemical or substance
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Ability of a program to examine at runtime the type or properties of an object
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Numerical measure of the size or power of a set, reflecting the number of its elements
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The forceful, irrefutable, and irrepressible state or quality of being overpowering
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An attribute, quality, or characteristic of something
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The use of persuasion or intimidation to make someone do something
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The state or fact of being crude, vulgar, or generally lacking in class or decorum
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Verb
To supply an object with mechanical or electrical energy
“Electricity, rather than gas, will power the company's new line of vehicles.”
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To direct something with great force
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“The tennis player was known for his forceful serves and would regularly power the ball straight down the line against his helpless opponents.”
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To activate, or to put into motion
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To equip something with machinery
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To start up a machine, vehicle, process, etc.
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(sometimes figuratively) To give a boost or energy to
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To be or to provide an advantage to
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