Word: power

Category: power

Computers & Electronics, Arts & Entertainment, Business & Industrial

Related words: power

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Synonyms: power

companion, friend, colleague, associate, partner, coworker, workmate, pal, crony, mate, chum, buddy, dawg, peeps, familiar, fellow, brother

Translations: power

spanish
potencia, fuerza, cetro, dominación, poder, ...


german
kraft, strom, magnat, fähigkeit, leistung, ...

french
poigne, juridiction, domination, empire, intensité, ...

italian
vigore, energia, forza, potenza, potere

portuguese
potência, poder, pó

dutch
macht, sterkte, mogendheid, bekwaamheid, heerschappij, ...

russian
право, состоятельность, могущественный, власть, способность, ...

norwegian
dyktighet, makt, kraft

swedish
kraft, makt, styrka

finnish
valta, potenssi, voima, teho, virta, ...

danish
magt, kraft

czech
energie, síla, kapacita, moc, panství, ...

polish
moc, zasilanie, elektroenergetyka, władza, pełnomocnictwo, ...

hungarian
hatvány

turkish
tesir, yetenek, takat, kuvvet, güç, ...

greek
κύρος, εξουσία, δύναμη

ukrainian
порошкоподібний, розсипчастий

albanian
pushtet

bulgarian
сила

estonian
elekter

croatian
energije, ovlasti, ovlast, jakost, moć, ...

icelandic
vald, kraftur

latin
opulentia, potestas

lithuanian
jėga, galia

latvian
kompetence, spēja, spēks, enerģija

macedonian
власта

romanian
superputere, putere, magnat

slovenian
produ, možnost, mo, síla

slovak
moc, energie

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The meaning and "use of": power

noun
  • the ability to do something or act in a particular way, especially as a faculty or quality.
  • the capacity or ability to direct or influence the behavior of others or the course of events.
  • physical strength and force exerted by something or someone.
  • energy that is produced by mechanical, electrical, or other means and used to operate a device.
  • the number of times a certain number is to be multiplied by itself.

verb
  • supply (a device) with mechanical or electrical energy.
  • move or travel with great speed or force.

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