[pou-er-loom] /ˈpaʊ ərˌlum/
a loom operated by mechanical or electrical power.
- Power lunch
noun 1. a high-powered business meeting conducted over lunch noun a luncheon at which businesspeople or others of influence discuss work or issues in an informal setting; the lunch itself noun (Variations: breakfast or feeding may replace lunch) A meal calculated to increase or negotiate influence; a feed where important matters are on the table: […]
- Power mac
computer Apple Computer’s personal computer based on the PowerPC, introduced on 1994-03-14. The Power Mac G4 (Quicksilver 2002) was the first Power Mac to clock at 1 GHz. In mid-2003, the Power Mac G5 was released, the first Mac to be based on a 64-bit architecture. IBM manufactured the CPU for this new model. The […]
- Power macintosh
noun 1. a lawn mower that is powered and propelled by an electric motor or gasoline engine (distinguished from ).