Empower

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British pronunciation/ɛmpˈa‍ʊɐ/
American pronunciation/ɪmˈpaʊɝ/
to empower
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to give someone the power or authorization to do something particular

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give qualities or abilities to

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In leadership, effective communication can empower team members to take initiative and contribute to the goals.
The manager sought to empower the team by delegating decision-making authority.
The new policy was designed to empower employees to contribute innovative ideas.
Voting is a fundamental right that empowers citizens to influence the democratic process.
Technology has empowered individuals with the power to access vast amounts of information instantly.
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