powered

[ pou-erd ]
/ ˈpaʊ ərd /

adjective

(of a machine, vehicle, etc.) having a specified fuel or prime mover: a gasoline-powered engine; an engine-powered pump.

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Origin of powered

First recorded in 1875–80; power + -ed2

OTHER WORDS FROM powered

non·pow·ered, adjectiveself-pow·ered, adjectiveun·der·pow·ered, adjective
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