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Turkish translation of “empower”

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empower

verb
 
 
/ɪmˈpaʊər/
[T] to give someone the confidence, skills, freedom, etc to do something
yetki vermek/tanımak; yetkilendirmek; güven kazanmasını sağlamak
[+ to do sth] Education empowers people to take control of their lives.Freedom to actOpportunity Allowing and permitting
be empowered to do sth to have the legal or official right to do something
bir şey yapmaya yasal/resmî yetkisi olmak; yetkili olmak
Legislation and law-makingFreedom to actOpportunity
(Definition of empower from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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