authority

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[English Word] (recognized) authority on poetry or literature
[Swahili Word] karii
[Swahili Plural] makarii
[Part of Speech] noun
[Swahili Example] alitoa vyeti na tuzo kwa washindi wa mashairi, naye akiwa karii wa washairi
[Note] "he awarded the prizes to the winners of the poetry contest, for he is an authority on poetry".
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[English Word] authority
[Swahili Word] adhama
[Swahili Plural] adhama
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] authority
[Swahili Word] adhima
[Swahili Plural] adhima
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] authority
[Swahili Word] amri
[Swahili Plural] amri
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
[Derived Word] Arabic
[Swahili Example] tuliogopa kuvunja amri yako [Moh]
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[English Word] authority
[English Plural] authorities
[Swahili Word] hukumu
[Swahili Plural] hukumu
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
[Derived Word] hakama, hakimu, hekima, hekimiza, mahakma
[English Example] he has no authority here
[Swahili Example] hana hukumu hapa
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[English Word] authority
[Swahili Word] mamlaka
[Swahili Plural] mamlaka
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
[Derived Word] miliki V
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[English Word] authority
[Swahili Word] nguvu
[Swahili Plural] nguvu
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
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[English Word] authority
[Swahili Word] ukubwa
[Part of Speech] noun
[Swahili Example] ukubwa wa jeshi
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[English Word] authority
[Swahili Word] usimamizi
[Part of Speech] noun
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[English Word] have authority
[Swahili Word] -miliki
[Part of Speech] verb
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[English Word] person in position of authority
[English Plural] people in position of authority
[Swahili Word] mtawala
[Swahili Plural] watawala
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 1/2
[English Example] We wrote letters to people in positions of authority
[Swahili Example] Tuliandikia barua kwa watawala.
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[English Word] public authority
[Swahili Word] serikali
[Swahili Plural] serikali
[Part of Speech] noun
[Class] 9/10
[English Example] interim authority
[Swahili Example] serikali ya mseto.
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[English Word] with authority
[Swahili Word] kwa nguvu
[Part of Speech] adverb
[English Example] with authority
[Swahili Example] kwa nguvu
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English-Swahili dictionary. 2013.

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