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Translation of "power" - English-Turkish dictionary

power

noun     /paʊər/
CONTROL [U]
B2 control or influence over people and events güç, yetki, kudret He likes to have power over people.Power to control
POLITICS [U]
B2 political control in a country siyasi güç, iktidar, yönetim They have been in power too long. When did this government come to power (= start to control the country)?Power to controlRuling and governing
ENERGY [U]
B1 energy, usually electricity, that is used to provide light, heat, etc elektrik enerjisi nuclear power Turn off the power at the main switch.Electricity and electronicsEnergy, force and powerPower and intensity
COUNTRY [C]
a country that has a lot of influence over others güçlü devlet; süper güç a major world powerDiplomacy and mediation
OFFICIAL RIGHT [C, U]
an official or legal right to do something yetki, selâhiyet, güç [+ to do sth] It's not in my power to stop him publishing this book.Power to control
STRENGTH [U]
strength or force güç, kuvvet economic/military power Power and intensityEnergy, force and power
ABILITY [U]
a natural ability doğal yetenek to lose the power of speechSkill, talent and ability
do everything in your power to do sth
to do everything that you are able and allowed to do gücünün yettiği/yetkili olduğu herşeyi yapmak; yekisini/gücünü kullanmak I've done everything in my power to help him.Trying and making an effortEffort and expending energy
the powers that be
important people who have authority over others güçlü kimseler; iktidarda olanlar; etkili/yetkili/güçlü şahsiyetler →  See also balance of power People in charge of or controlling other peopleBosses, managers and directors
(Definition of power noun from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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