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noun
a nation that has exceptional military and economic strength, and consequently plays a major, often decisive, role in international affairs.
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Origin of Great Power

First recorded in 1725–35

OTHER WORDS FROM Great Power

Great-Power, great-power, adjective
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Great Power

noun
a nation that has exceptional political influence, resources, and military strength
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