Definition of 'high-powered'
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The tasks of being a mother lack the glamour of a high-powered job. Christianity Today (2000)My wife is a beautiful and intelligent woman with a high-powered job. The Sun (2010)In his twenties he had a high-powered office job and took little exercise. Times, Sunday Times (2006)Filling in the form is worse than doing a high-powered job application. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Almost as obsessed with her high-powered job as her husband is with his. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He took a high-powered job in America and was basically absent for most of my difficult years. Times, Sunday Times (2015)To play the serious, high-powered business executive? Times, Sunday Times (2013)There's been a chief executive and some high-powered senior people looking after the portfolio. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Her career as a high-powered lawyer adds 1m to the fortune. Times, Sunday Times (2015)I excelled at my high-powered job. Times, Sunday Times (2013)
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Translations for 'high-powered'
British English: high-powered ADJECTIVE
A high-powered machine or piece of equipment is very powerful and efficient.
...high powered lasers.
- American English: high-powered
- Brazilian Portuguese: de alta potência
- Chinese: 大功率的
- European Spanish: de gran potencia
- French: très puissante
- German: Hochleistungs-
- Italian: ad alta potenza
- Japanese: 高性能の
- Korean: 고성능의
- European Portuguese: de alta potência
- Spanish: de gran potencia
Definition of high-powered from the Collins English Dictionary
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