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Sila, snaga.

ability [ imenica ]
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ETYM French habileté, earlier spelling habilité (with silent h), Latin habilitas aptitude, ability, from habilis apt. Related to Able.
Possession of the qualities (especially mental qualities) required to do something or get something done; SYN. power.
The quality of being able to perform; a quality that permits or facilitates achievement or accomplishment.

ascendant [ imenica ]
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ETYM French ascendant, Latin ascendens; p. pr. of ascendere.
Position or state of being dominant or in control; SYN. ascendent.

birr [ imenica {finansije} ]
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The basic unit of money in Ethiopia; equal to 1cents.

capability [ imenica ]
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An aptitude that may be developed; SYN. capableness, potentiality.
The quality of being capable -- physically or intellectually or legally; SYN. capableness.
The susceptibility of something to a particular treatment; SYN. capacity.

eye [ imenica ]
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Attention to what is seen
Good discernment or judgment (either with the eyes or as if with the eyes)
A small hole or loop (as in a needle)

craft [ imenica ]
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ETYM AS. craeft strength, skill, art, cunning; akin to OS., German, Swed., and Dan. kraft strength, Dutch kracht, Icel. kraptr; perh. originally, a drawing together, stretching, from the root of Eng. cramp.
(Homonym: kraft).
A vehicle designed for navigation in or on water or air or through outer space.
A particular kind of skilled work; SYN. trade.
Skill in an occupation or trade; SYN. craftsmanship, workmanship.
Shrewdness as demonstrated by being skilled in deception; SYN. craftiness, cunning, foxiness, guile, slyness, wiliness.

craftiness [ imenica ]
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The quality of being crafty; SYN. deceitfulness, guile.

dominance [ imenica ]
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In genetics, the masking of one allele (an alternative form of a gene) by another allele. For example, if a heterozygous person has one allele for blue eyes and one for brown eyes, his or her eye color will be brown. The allele for blue eyes is described as recessive and the allele for brown eyes as dominant.
The state that exists when one person or group has power over another; SYN. ascendance, ascendence, ascendancy, ascendency, control.

dought [ imenica ]
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efficacity [ imenica ]
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efficacy [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin efficacia, from efficax. Related to Efficacious.
Capacity or power to produce a desired effect; SYN. efficaciousness.

energy [ imenica ]
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ETYM French énergie, Late Lat. energia, from Greek energeia; en in + ergon work. Related to In, and Work.
Capacity for doing work. Potential energy (PE) is energy deriving from position; thus a stretched spring has elastic PE, and an object raised to a height above the Earth's surface, or the water in an elevated reservoir, has gravitational PE. A lump of coal and a tank of gasoline, together with the oxygen needed for their combustion, have chemical energy. Other sorts of energy include electrical and nuclear energy, and light and sound. Moving bodies possess kinetic energy (KE). Energy can be converted from one form to another, but the total quantity stays the same (in accordance with the conservation of energy principle). For example, as an apple falls, it loses gravitational PE but gains KE.
Although energy is never lost, after a number of conversions it tends to finish up as the kinetic energy of random motion of molecules (of the air, for example) at relatively low temperatures. This is “degraded” energy that is difficult to convert back to other forms.
So-called energy resources are stores of convertible energy. Nonrenewable resources include the fossil fuels (coal, oil, and gas) and nuclear-fission “fuels”— for example, uranium-23Renewable resources, such as wind, tidal, and geothermal power, have so far been less exploited. Hydroelectric projects are well established, and wind turbines and tidal systems are being developed.
E=mc2 Einstein’s special theory of relativity 19correlates any gain, E, in energy with a gain, m, in mass, by the equation E = mcin which c is the speed of light. The conversion of mass into energy in accordance with this equation is the basis of nuclear power. The equation applies universally, not just to nuclear reactions, although it is only for these that the percentage change in mass is large enough to detect.
(Physics) The capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs.
Any form of power, such as electrical energy, nuclear energy.
A healthy capacity for vigorous activity; SYN. vim, vitality.
An exertion of force; SYN. vigor, vigour.
An imaginative lively style (especially style of writing); SYN. vigor, vigour, vim.
Enterprising or ambitious drive; SYN. push, get-up-and-go.

faculty [ imenica ]
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ETYM French faculté, Latin facultas, from facilis easy (cf. facul easily), from fecere to make. Related to Fact, Facility.
Talent; capability; branch of study and its students in university; governing body of university or college; body of teachers and administrators in a university; Ecclesiastical, permission to add to or alter fabric of church.
Biology, able to exist in different forms and conditions.
One of the inherent cognitive or perceptual powers of the mind; SYN. mental faculty, module.

force [ imenica ]
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Any influence that tends to change the state of rest or the uniform motion in a straight line of a body. The action of an unbalanced or resultant force results in the acceleration of a body in the direction of action of the force, or it may, if the body is unable to move freely, result in its deformation (see Hooke's law). Force is a vector quantity, possessing both magnitude and direction; its si unit is the newton.
According to Newton’s second law of motion the magnitude of a resultant force is equal to the rate of change of momentum of the body on which it acts; the force F producing an acceleration a m s-2 on a body of mass m kilograms is therefore given by: F = ma See also Newton’s laws of motion.
Physical energy or intensity:; SYN. forcefulness, strength.
The physical influence that produces a change in a physical quantity
A powerful effect or influence:
Group of people willing to obey orders; SYN. personnel.
A group of people having the power of effective action

grasp [ imenica ]
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A grip of the hand; a hold.
Reach of the arms; hence, the power of attaining and holding.
Forcible possession; hold.
Wide-reaching power of intellect to comprehend subjects and hold them under survey.
The handle of a sword or of an oar.

influence [ imenica ]
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ETYM French influence, from Latin influens, -entis, p. pr. Related to Influent, Influenza.
The effect of one thing (or person) on another.
A power to affect persons or events, esp. power based on prestige etc.
Causing something without any direct or apparent effort.
One having power to influence another.
A cognitive factor that tends to have an effect on what one does.

leverage [ imenica ]
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Investing with borrowed money as a way to amplify potential gains (at the risk of greater losses); SYN. leveraging.
Strategic advantage; power to act effectively:
The mechanical advantage gained by being in a position to use a lever; SYN. purchase.

might [ imenica ]
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ETYM AS. meaht, miht, from the root of magan to be able, Eng. may; akin to Dutch magt, OS. maht, German macht, Icel. mâttr, Goth. mahts. Related to May.
(Homonym: mite).
Physical strength; SYN. mightiness, power.

mightiness [ imenica ]
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The quality of being mighty; possession of might; power; greatness; high dignity.
Highness; excellency; -- with a possessive pronoun, a title of dignity.

potency [ imenica ]
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ETYM Latin potentia, from potens, -entis, potent. Related to Potent, Potance, Potence, Puissance.
Capacity to produce strong physiological or chemical effects; SYN. effectiveness, strength.
The state of being potent; a male's capacity to have sexual intercourse.

power [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. pouer, poer, Old Fren. poeir, pooir, French pouvoir, n and v , from Late Lat. potere, for Latin posse, potesse, to be able, to have power. Related to Possible, Potent, Posse comitatus.
Possession of controlling influence; SYN. powerfulness, potency.
One possessing or exercising power or influence or authority; SYN. force.
(Physics) The rate of doing work; measured in watts (joules/second).

powerfulness [ imenica ]
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Forcefulness, intensity; state of having great physical strength, mightiness; potency, effectiveness; authoritativeness, state of having great influence

puissance [ imenica ]
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ETYM French, from puissant. Related to Puissant, Potency, Potance, Potence.
Power to influence or coerce.

purchase [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. purchds, French pourchas eager pursuit. Related to Purchase.
A means of exerting influence or gaining advantage.
Something acquired by purchase.
The acquisition of something for payment.

strength [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. strengthe, as. strengthu, from strang strong. Related to Strong.
The condition of financial success.
The property of being physically or mentally strong.

sway [ imenica ]
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Controlling influence.
Pitching dangerously to one side

sword [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. swerd, as. sweord; akin to OFries. swerd, swird, Dutch zwaard, os. swerd, Old High Germ. swert, German schwert, Icel. sverth, Swed. svärd, Dan. svaerd; of uncertain origin.
(Homonym: soared).
A cutting or thrusting weapon with a long blade; SYN. blade, brand, steel.
An agency or instrument of destruction or combat; the use of force.
Coercive power.
Something that resembles a sword.

virtue [ imenica ]
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ETYM Old Eng. vertu, French vertu, Latin virtus strength, courage, excellence, virtue, from vir a man. Related to Virile, Virtu.
A particular moral excellence.
Morality with respect to sexual relations; SYN. chastity, sexual morality.
The quality of doing what is right and avoiding what is wrong; SYN. virtuousness, moral excellence.
Originally, ability or efficiency, often involving moral worth. In classical Greek it is used especially to refer to manly qualities. Christian teaching distinguishes the cardinal virtues of prudence, temperance, fortitude, and justice, from the theological virtues of faith, hope, and love (or charity) which St Paul gives as the basis of Christian life.

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