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empower

División en sílabas: em·pow·er
Pronunciación: /əmˈpou(ə)r
 
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Definición de empower en inglés:

verbo

[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.
Sinónimos
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.
Sinónimos
emancipate, unshackle, set free, liberate

Words that rhyme with empower

bower, cower, devour, dower, embower, endower, flour, flower, gaur, Glendower, glower, hour, lour, lower, our, plougher (US plower), power, scour, shower, sour, Stour, sweet-and-sour, tower

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