empowered : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v give or delegate power or authority to
- v give qualities or abilities to
- s invested with legal power or official authority especially as symbolized by having a scepter
- In the future he envisions, cars will be banished from urban centers to make room for millions of "empowered pedestrians"--empowered, naturally, by Kamen's brainchild.
- The idea is that happy, empowered employees beget happy customers.
- It has also been empowered to negotiate contracts worth up to $5 million directly with foreign companies without consulting Peking.
News & Articles
- School-by-school teacher survey data in Hillsborough
At some schools, teachers feel empowered by their principals, appreciated by parents and confident that the kids will follow the rules. At other schools? Not so much. And a lot of teachers - roughly half - feel there's not enough time to get the job done.
June 21, 2013 - Tampa Bay Times
- Just Do It
Quote of the day: “The more you trust your intuition, the more empowered you become, the stronger you become, and the happier you become.” Gisele Bundchen
June 21, 2013 - Boston Herald
- ‘Empowering dreams’‘Empowering dreams’
Crystal Keim, 24, has the goal to give teens a place where they can be empowered to fight for their dreams. The 24-year-old Belton founded the Stacks Youth Project in 2009 to help students find a sense of purpose.
June 21, 2013 - The Cass County Democrat Missourian
- Barack Obama in ABC News
You'll be empowered with the clear and concise information you need to make the choices that are best for you. We'll help stop predatory practices, and curb unscrupulous lenders, helping secure your family's financial future,Obama said....
- President Bush in FOXNews
Specifically, the FDA would be empowered to order a recall when a company refuses to recall their product voluntarily, or moves too slowly in removing the unsafe product from the market,Bush said.