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man' pow"er




1. the power supplied by human physical exertions: an ancient building constructed entirely by man power.
2. a unit of power, assumed to be equal to the rate at which a person can do mechanical work, and commonly taken as 1/10 horsepower.
3. rate of work in terms of this unit.
4. manpower.

man•pow•er



Pronunciation: (man'pou"ur), [key]
n.
power in terms of people available or required for work or military service: the manpower of a country.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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