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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
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high-poweredˌhigh-ˈpowered adjective [usually before noun]  1 Ta high-powered machine, vehicle, or piece of equipment is very powerful a high-powered automobile2 POWERvery important or successful a high-powered publisher
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high-poweredIt is high-powered and the tape should be audible to the whales from a distance of up to two miles.Awkward simulations on digital computers have given way to special processors and high-powered chips.Years ago, adults used expensive, high-powered computers at work and bought a low-end machine for the kids.I expected a high-powered event, with dozens, if not hundreds of people present.a high-powered law firmThe Seminoles' high-powered offense, which had averaged 42 points and 549 yards per game, was suffocated.She'd assumed that Jan was the high-powered one and Tim the slow fuse but she was wrong.a high-powered rifle
From Longman Business Dictionaryhigh-poweredˈhigh-ˌpowered adjective1having a powerful and important joba high-powered, Yale University-educated lawyer2a high-powered machine, vehicle, or piece of equipment is very powerfulhigh-powered computers with massive storage capabilities
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