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abdicate to officially give up a position of power or a right.
ability the power to do something; the quality of being able. [1/2 definitions]
able having the skill or power needed to do a thing. [1/2 definitions]
agent a person who has been given the power to do certain actions for another person. [1/2 definitions]
aggressive very bold; acting as if full of power and authority; forceful. [1/2 definitions]
almighty having complete power or the most power. [1/2 definitions]
armament (usually plural) the total military power of a country, including weapons and supplies.
associate having a position with less power, rank, or status. [1/6 definitions]
at full blast (informal) at maximum speed, volume, or power.
atomic bomb a very destructive bomb; atom bomb. Its power comes from the great amount of energy released when atoms are split.
atomic energy a source of power based on this energy; nuclear energy. [1/2 definitions]
at the mercy of completely in the power of.
attraction the act or power of attracting. [1/3 definitions]
audience a chance to be heard by someone in power. [1/3 definitions]
authority the right or power to give orders, make decisions, or control people. [2/3 definitions]
battery a device that makes electricity by using chemical reactions. Batteries are used to power many things, including cars, flashlights, toys, and watches. [1/3 definitions]
blackout the loss or hiding of all the lights of a city or region. Cities may have blackouts because of power failures. [1/2 definitions]
brownout a cut or reduction of electrical power in a neighborhood or city.
can1 to have the power or right to. [1/4 definitions]
capable having the skill or power to do what is needed. [1/2 definitions]
capacity power or ability. [1/3 definitions]