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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpotencypo‧ten‧cy /ˈpəʊtənsi $ ˈpoʊ-/ noun [singular, uncountable]  1 POWERthe power that something has to influence peoplepotency of the potency of his arguments The myth of male superiority was losing its potency.2 MDthe strength of something, especially a drug, on your mind or bodypotency of the potency of the drug3 SY (also sexual potency)SEX/HAVE SEX WITH the ability of a man to have sex loss of potency after age 40
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potencyhigh-potency marijuanaWhen I was growing up, I saw this kind of rebellion and assault as potency.Beware of inconsistent potency with this product.Despite all its potency this is a car which always leaves the driver firmly in control.Very occasionally a bottle will become contaminated and lose its potency.Mass unemployment had lost its old political potency.the political potency of the crime issueWe in the news biz often speculate on the potency of your influence.the potency of the chili
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