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Verb(1) give or delegate power or authority to(2) give qualities or abilities to
(1) ├ö├ç├┐The power of an organisation cannot be fully realised unless you empower people and allow them to be the best that they can be,├ö├ç├û he said.(2) Her ultimate ambition is to empower and enable people through educational achievement.(3) movements to empower the poor(4) The licensing agreements they advocate empower consumers, instead of limiting their rights.(5) Successful individuals know how to empower people because the higher you are in a leadership position, the less you can afford to micromanage the efforts of people.(6) The reason is that these are private schools and the Education Act does not empower the Minister of Education to control such schools.(7) Global health institutions can also empower individuals and groups in national and global forums.(8) Second, most managers were committed to empowering the teams and allowing the teams to do their jobs with little or no interference.(9) In either case, the Web does not seem to have empowered local individuals.(10) He has actually empowered women much more than other Zen teachers in Korea.(11) At present, however, conservation districts simply are not empowered to deal with drainage.(12) Television has certainly begun to show women as far more empowered citizens than they were in the 1950s.(13) I believe that a truly empowered woman would give birth without assistance.(14) Of course, that cannot begin until the board is established and empowered to act.(15) The police are empowered to investigate crime, search for evidence, arrest suspected offenders and question them.(16) In this area, as in many, technology is empowering the little guy.
(1) empower :: grymuso
1. authorize ::
2. emancipate ::
3. endue ::
1. disqualify ::
Different Formsempower, empowered, empowering, empowerment, empowers
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