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Meaning of “-powered” in the English Dictionary

"-powered" in British English

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-poweredsuffix

uk   /paʊəd/  us   /paʊ.ɚd/
operated by the ​type of ​energystated: a battery-powered ​radio nuclear-powered ​submarines My ​calculator doesn't need ​batteries because it's solar-​powered (= it ​obtainsitsenergy from the ​sun).
(Definition of -powered from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"-powered" in Business English

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-poweredsuffix

if something is battery-powered, gas-powered, etc., it uses batteries, ​gas, etc. to ​work: Battery-powered ​vehiclesproduce no ​airpollution at the ​point of use.
(Definition of -powered from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “-powered”
in Chinese (Simplified) (用指明类型的能量)运行…
in Chinese (Traditional) (以指明類型的能量)運行或運作的…
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