1. More power to someone (किसी को शुभकामनाएं देना): Best wishes to someone
E. g. He's decided to climb Mount Everest - well, more power to him.
2. Absolute power corrupts absolutely (जिसके पास ज़्यादा पावर होती है वह उसका गलत इस्तेमाल कर सकता है): One who has total authority is very likely to abuse his position.
E. g. We thought that Johnson would be a responsible mayor, but within a year of taking office, he was as bad as all the rest. Absolute power corrupts absolutely.
3. Power play (एक रणनीति जहाँ कोई किसी काम को करवाने के लिए अपनी ताकत का इस्तेमाल करता है): a strategy using one's power or authority to carry out a plan or to get one's way.
E. g. In a blatant power play, the manager claimed he had initiated the sales campaign.
4. Knowledge is power (जितना ज़्यादा आप जानते हैं, उतना ही आप नियंत्रण रख पाते हैं): The more you know, the more you can control.
Child: How come I have to study history? I don't care what all those dead people did hundreds of years ago. Mother: Knowledge is power. If you know something about the past, it may help you to anticipate the future.
5. More power to you! (बहुत अच्छा): Well done!; You really stood up for yourself!; You really did something for your own benefit!
Sue: I spent years getting ready for that job, and I finally got it. Mary: More power to you!
6. Put someone into power and put someone in (किसी को नियुक्त करना): to elect or appoint someone to office or a position of power.
E. g. The board decided to put an unknown from another company into the presidency. They put in a complete unknown.
7. The corridors of power (जहाँ सबसे महत्वपूर्ण निर्णय लिए जाते हैं): the highest level of government where the most important decisions are made
E. g. His laziness became a legend in the corridors of power.
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