powerful στα Αγγλικά

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adj. forceful, exerting great force; effective, potent, producing the desired effect; mighty, having great physical strength; authoritative, influential

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Here are some of the world’s most powerful teens.
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She was dressed in the brightly coloured clothes reserved only for the wealthy Egyptian women of powerful families.
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She was a powerful Pharaoh and I was proud to use my army to get her back into Alexandria where she belonged.
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Cedric respected and admired him very much, and considered him to be a very rich and very powerful individual.
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For, in that era, they were much better protected – by more powerful means than today, says Professor Vanysacker.
(Source: Voice of America)
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He passed himself off as a powerful politician, perhaps because he rarely laughed, and was always quoting Monsieur de Metternich or Wellington.
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At that moment, her eyes had such an indefinable expression of horror, so powerful, so intense, that Sarrasine shuddered.
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This letter was written by the powerful National Defence Commission of North Korea the main decision-making body of the country.
(Source: Voice of America)
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I had told her the secret of my name; she belonged to a powerful family; I hoped for the favours accorded to me by Louis XV.
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After this powerful nobleman's death Michelangelo had to flee the city for fear of his enemies.
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