empower

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
yetki ver
yetki vermek
güçlendirmek

İnsanları güçlendirmek istiyorum. - I want to empower the people.

izin vermek
müsaade etmek
salâhiyet tanımak
empower somebody with assignee
vekil nasp etmek
empowering
müsaade etme
empowering
salahiyet tanıma
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salahiyet verme
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vekaletname verme
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yetki verme
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(Politika, Siyaset) güçlendirme
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Yetki, salâhiyet
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güçlendiriyor
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
To give permission or power to do something
Abstractly, to give the confidence to do something

John found that starting up his own business empowered him greatly in social situations.

to delegate authority to
{v} to authorise, to enable
To give moral or physical power, faculties, or abilities to
verb 1 To give power or authority to; to give ability to
give or delegate power or authority to; "She authorized her assistant to sign the papers
Giving power or ability to do something
{f} bestow authority on a person, give power; enable, allow, permit
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 = authorize
give or delegate power or authority to; "She authorized her assistant to sign the papers"
v To authorize To elicit one into an enthusiastic, emotionally stimulated, response to a situation
To give authority to; to delegate power to; to commission; to authorize (having commonly a legal force); as, the Supreme Court is empowered to try and decide cases, civil or criminal; the attorney is empowered to sign an acquittance, and discharge the debtor
give qualities or abilities to
To empower someone means to give them the means to achieve something, for example to become stronger or more successful. What I'm trying to do is to empower people, to give them ways to help them get well
empowered
Simple past tense and past participle of empower
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Acting with confidence
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Having been given the power to make choices relevant to one's situation
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The state of being empowered (either generally, or specifically)
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The process of supporting another person or persons to discover and claim personal power
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Government programs encouraging advancement of blacks
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commission
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{s} giving moral or physical power; giving legal authority or power to do something
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Having the power to make choices relevant to ones situation
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invested with legal power or official authority especially as symbolized by having a scepter
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past of empower
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Process of giving users the ability to write simple programs using program development tools 12 21, 12 31
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Individuals and groups who are now able to make INFORMED DECISIONS
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(Translation) Substances or organisms with abilities derived from the powers Most such abilities would seem "supernatural" to people of our earth Most empowered items have versions which are not empowered Mithril, for example, is magically empowered nickle and Stygiemsare psionically empowered corundum (sapphire) Items deliberatelyempowered with magic are called enchanted
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present participle of empower
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A condition whereby employees have the authority to make decisions and take action in their work areas, jobs, or tasks without prior approval It allows the employees the responsibility normally associated with staffs Examples are scheduling, quality, or purchasing decisions
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{i} authorization, licensing
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The devolution of power and decision-making responsibility to those lower in the organisation
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A condition whereby employees have the authority to make decisions and take action in their work areas without prior approval For example, an operator can stop a production process if he or she detects a problem, or a customer service representative can send out a replacement product if a customer calls with a problem
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To empower a community is to increase its ability to do things for itself It is more than just adding some communal services or facilities like roads, sanitation, water, access to education and health care It means increased ability and strength It means more skills, more confidence, and more effective organization It can not come about by charity or donation of resources from outside It can be facilitated through action such as community projects, but only when all community members become involved from the beginning, to decide upon a community action, to identify hidden resources from within the community, and by developing a sense of ownership and responsibility of communal facilities from the start to the finish
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means to have the knowledge and confidence to act on behalf of yourself or a loved one For more information on empowerment or other aspects of quality health care see the "Frequently Asked Questions" section, or Click Here
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The interaction of professionals with families in such a way that families maintain or acquire a sense of control over their family lives and attribute positive changes that result from early intervention to their own strengths, abilities, and actions
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the transferring of authority to act to those workers actually performing the relevant tasks It is a form of delegation but is less specific, offering a choice to workers in different circumstances
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To allow suitably experienced staff to take decisions within their competence without constant reference to superior officers for approval
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A principle of job design in which an employee is delegated additional responsibility or authority Often related to customer service and Total Quality Management initiatives where employees are empowered to take extraordinary measures to satisfy customers
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the sense that people can create and take action on their own behalf to meet their physical, spiritual and psychological needs
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A condition whereby employees have the authority to make decisions and take action on their own without constant approval
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Giving educators, parents and students a voice in the decision-making process
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A ritual in which a master invokes the enlightened presence of a deity or bodhisattva to bless the open, devoted mind of a disciple The disciple thereby receives the authority, blessing transmission, and empowerment to cultivate the meditation of that deity
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Act of placing accountability, authority, and responsibility for processes and products at the lowest possible level Removing management obstacles from workers, so that they can freely apply CQI principles within the purview of their own areas of responsibility Giving workers the total responsibility and authority to consistently accomplish quality within their assigned areas A condition whereby employees have the authority to make decisions and take action in their work areas without prior approval For example, an operator can stop a production process if he/she detects a problem or a customer service representative can send out a replacement product if a customer calls with a problem The act of vesting appropriate authority in the hands of the people nearest the problems to be solved
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Empowerment makes it possible to upgrade the performance of an organisation through greater delegation of authority to act It encourages and enfranchises employees to make decisions and take more responsibility for their actions
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The process in the tantric system by which a teacher passes on the seed of a practice to his student This enables the student to have a realisation of the practice more quickly; the seed is the essence of the practice's full potential, and if the student then cultivates it, he will achieve that potential (See also attunement, initiation and transmission)
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The act of providing decision-making power to someone, often associated with redistributing responsibility from managers to their team members Empowerment helps employees accept authority and responsibility and take initiative
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The empowerment of a person or group of people is the process of giving them power and status in a particular situation. This government believes very strongly in the empowerment of women
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A special potential power to attain any of the four Buddha bodies which is received by a Tantric practitioner from his or her Guru, or from other holy beings, by means of Tantric ritual It is the gateway to the Vajrayana path See Clear Light of Bliss, Great Treasury of Merit, Guide to Dakini Land, and Tantric Grounds and Paths
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feeling of having the right to make one's own choices, and of having the ability to act on them
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Process of adding vitality, energy, and new powerful resources to a person; vitality at the neurological level, change of habits
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1 To give responsibility and some authority to one or more employees The amount of authority may not be sufficient to fulfill the responsibility
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the act of conferring legality or sanction or formal warrant
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In relation to health information, empowerment means to give consumers the ability to take more control of their own health care and to make informed decisions
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The granting of political, social or economic power to an individual or group
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Giving front line employees the authority and responsibility to make marketing decisions without seeking the approval of their supervisors p 723
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(Tib : wang kur): a formal and often complex initiation into a specific practice of deity yoga, using a mandala, and lasting from 1 to 3 days
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third-person singular of empower
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