授权( empower的现在分词 ); 准许; 增加（某人的）自主权; 使控制局势
Empowering the underprivileged lies in assuring them that education holds the real source of power.
The dancers say they find their work empowering, and post-feminists think that's just fantastic.
There was overwhelming opposition to empowering him to wage a declared naval war.
My business experience confirmed my belief in empowering people.
Is electronic data empowering your people or controlling them?
For women, a key to empowering women is education.
If someone is empowered to do something, they have the authority or power to do it.
The army is now empowered to operate on a shoot-to-kill basis...
His position does not empower him to cite our views without consultation.
To empower someone means to give them the means to achieve something, for example to become stronger or more successful.
Empowering the underprivileged lies in assuring them that education holds the real source of power...
What I'm trying to do is to empower people, to give them ways to help them get well.