Definition of "empower"
  1. To grant official or legal authority
How to use "empower" in a sentence
  1. The act was passed to empower the agency to make health and safety regulations.
  2. The new rule empowers lower court judges to make more autonomous decisions.
  3. With this document, I empower my attorney to act on my behalf.

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