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power

noun
 
/paʊ·ər/
B1 [no plural] energy, usually electricity, that is used to make light, heat, etc.
電力
nuclear power
[no plural] control over people and things that happen
(人間の)力, 支配
He likes to have power over people.
[no plural] political control in a country
(政治的な)権力, 政権
This government has been in power too long.
the legal right to do something
(法的な)権限, 権利
I don’t have the power to stop him from publishing this book.
(Definition of power from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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