all-pow|er|ful


all-pow|er|ful
all-pow|er|ful «L POW uhr fuhl», adjective.
omnipotent; almighty: »

He is still no the all-powerful dictator that Stalin was (Newsweek).


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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