powered meaning

Pronunciation:   "powered" in a sentence
Adjective: powered  pawurd
  1. (often used in combination) having or using or propelled by means of power or power of a specified kind
    "powered flight"; "kerosine-powered jet engines"
Verb: power  pawu(r)
  1. Supply the force or power for the functioning of
    "The petrol powers the engines"

See also: battery-powered, high-powered, hopped-up, power-driven, steam-powered, supercharged

Type of: cater, ply, provide, supply

Antonym: unpowered

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  1. submarines are already being powered by atomic energy.
  2. muscle contractions are powered by the chemical adenosine triphosphate(atp ).
  3. this perfect control made their sliding safe and allowed them to proceed to the powered airplane.
  4. light from ordinary stars and galaxies comes largely from atoms powered by thermonuclear reactions in the hearts of stars.
  5. the powered face with dark-fringed eyes had vanished; the fair, remote figure of the railway-station came back again.

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