As a Noun:
1. The physical energy that you have which gives you the ability to perform various actions easily, such as lifting or moving things. English = strength, power.
2. The ability someone or some organisation has to control or influence people, activities, and events. English = power, might.
3. The strength and energy of a machine, rather than a person. English = power.
As a Verb or Adjective:
1. To have lots of physical energy so that you can perform various actions easily, such as lifting or moving things. English = (be) strong, (be) powerful.
2. To have lots of control or influence over people, activities, and events. English = (be) powerful, have power.
3. Of a machine or engine, to have lots of strength and energy. English = (be) powerful.
4. To strongly and keenly support something very much, especially a sport's team. English = barrack, barrack for.
5. To be very similar. English = resemble.