Definición de empower en inglés:


Silabificación: em·pow·er
Pronunciación: /əmˈpou(ə)r


[with object and infinitive]
1Give (someone) the authority or power to do something: nobody was empowered to sign checks on her behalf
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Smith was also empowered to make arrangements for a mass meeting, but action was delayed until the following month.
  • The U.N. has never established a court empowered to do so.
  • New cabinet members are not legally empowered because they have not been officially appointed yet.
authorize, entitle, permit, allow, license, sanction, warrant, commission, delegate, qualify, enable, equip
1.1 [with object] Make (someone) stronger and more confident, especially in controlling their life and claiming their rights: movements to empower the poor
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Afrikaner women were newly empowered by more extensive literacy and the franchise.
  • Newly empowered consumers can appropriate and manipulate the brand in whatever way they want.
  • An economically empowered community may be able thereafter to access other health services.
emancipate, unshackle, set free, liberate



Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Once you have had a flavour of freedom and the empowerment it brings, you can't go back.
  • Again she seems to have found a message of personal empowerment.
  • They strive to promote the arts as a means for social change and personal empowerment.

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Pronunciación: fləˈdʒɪʃəs
(of a person or their actions) criminal; villainous