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powerful

adjective (CONTROL)
控制
 
 
/ˈpaʊə.fəl/ US  /ˈpaʊɚ-/
having a lot of power to control people and events
有权力的;有力量的;强大的
The President is more powerful than the Prime Minister.
总统比总理权力更大。
She's the most powerful person in the organization.
她是该组织中最有影响力的人。
Physically strong and powerful
powerfully
 
 
/ˈpaʊə.fəl.i/ US  /ˈpaʊɚ-/ adverb
He argued powerfully and persuasively against capital punishment.
他坚决而又有说服力地争辩,反对实行死刑。
She kicked the ball so powerfully that it flew over the hedge.
她踢球的力量太大了,球飞过了篱笆。
Klaus is a very powerfully-built man (= has a body with large strong muscles).
克劳斯身体非常强壮。
Having a powerful effectStrong feelingsVery and extremePhysically strong and powerful
(Definition of powerful adjective (CONTROL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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