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1 : to give official authority or legal power to empowered her attorney to act on her behalf 2 : enable sense 1a … nootropic agents empower the lower amounts of acetylcholine in diseased brains to work overtime … Science News 3 : to promote the self-actualization or influence of
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Empower definition, to give power or authority to; authorize, especially by legal or official means: I empowered my agent to make the deal for me. The local ordinance empowers the board of health to close unsanitary restaurants.
Synonyms for EMPOWER: enable, authorize, qualify, allow, invest, certify, commission, entitle; Antonyms of EMPOWER: prevent, hinder, disqualify, impede, discourage ...
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