Meaning of more power to someone in English:

more power to someone

(British more power to your elbow)

phrase

  • Used to encourage someone or express approval of their actions.

    ‘if that's what they want to do, then more power to them’
    • ‘‘Honey, if you can find someone who can sing over that orchestra and still wear that size 5 costume, more power to you!’’
    • ‘Police in Bolton are to crack down on this kind of behaviour, and more power to their elbow.’