verb dis·em·pow·er \ˌdis-im-ˈpau̇(-ə)r\. Simple Definition of disempower. : to
cause (a person or a group of people) to be less likely than others to succeed : to
Disempowerment definition, to deprive of influence, importance, etc.: Voters feel
they have become disempowered by recent political events. See more.
Disempower definition, to deprive of influence, importance, etc.: Voters feel they
have become disempowered by recent political events. See more.
tr.v. dis·em·pow·ered, dis·em·pow·er·ing, dis·em·pow·ers. To deprive of power or
influence. dis′em·pow′er·ment n. American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...
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make (a person or group) less powerful or confident Meaning, pronunciation,
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“Disempowerment”. What does it mean? It is the act of you taking away your own
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disempower | to deprive (a person) of power or authority | Definition,
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disempowerment (countable and uncountable, plural disempowerments). (
countable) ... (uncountable) The condition of being disempowered;