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Power Noun Synonyms
(mechanical or electrical or atomic) energy, electricity, fuel
Yesterday there was another demonstration against the use of nuclear power.
authority, license, right, authorization, privilege, warrant, prerogative
By the power vested in me, I now declare you man and wife. It is within her power to grant a stay of execution.
control, command, authority
The party might not be in power for very long.
energy, momentum, impetus, drive, force, inertia
The car rolled halfway up the next hill under its own power.
strength, might, vigor, energy, force, mightiness, potency, forcefulness, brawn, muscle, puissance
His speech was delivered with great power and a certain wit. Has she the power it takes to toss the caber.
Power Verb Synonyms
control, dominance, authority, mastery, rule, influence, sway, command, ascendancy, sovereignty, dominion, weight, clout, pull, drag
He maintains a Svengali-like power over her. The prime minister has the power to appoint and dismiss cabinet ministers.
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Technology / Television (TV) / Full Power TV Station: Any analog television station operating on channels 2-69 that is not licensed as a Class A, Low Power TV, TV translator, or TV booster. MORE
Entertainment / Basketball / Power Stop - Drive: Power drive is a continuous shooting move in which a player stops dribbling and makes a huge leap forward, while securing the ball in both hands from the dribbling hand, then making a layup. The move MORE
Technology / Home Audio / Power Factor: The ratio of the total power in watts (resistive load) to the total apparent power in voltamperes (VA) (reactive load). The difference between watts and VA is due to reactive load impedance. Apparent MORE
Technology / Home Audio / Capacitor (Power Audio): Power stabilizing capacitors store the necessary power amplifiers need to punch larger bass notes while limiting clipping. They store energy during intervals when it is not required, which is most of MORE
Entertainment / Bowling / Powerhouse: A ball thrown very fast and with a lot of action, resulting in an unmistakable strike. MORE