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wield

verb   /wiːld/
to hold a weapon or tool and look as if you are going to use it brandir She was confronted by a man wielding a knife.1338
wield influence, power, etc.
to have a lot of influence or power over other people ejercer influencia, poder etc. He still wields enormous influence in politics.1338
(Definition of wield from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

wield

verb /wiːld/
to use manejar He can certainly wield an axe.
to have and use ejercer He was a wise ruler who wielded his authority carefully.
(Definition of wield from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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