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Here is the sentence:

This fighting game allows you to collect some of the biggest names in action movies and build them into fighting powerhouses.

Does the phrase mean "include in the fighters' teams"?

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It means "train them to be very strong fighters".

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My first reading was that you make each person into a powerhouse as defined in (2) below.

However there is an ambiguity: it could mean you amalgamate a combination of the heroes into a fighting force.

I doesn't mean 'to incorporate a single person into an existing team.'

Definition of powerhouse

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2 : one having great power: such as

a : one having great drive, energy, or ability 'a powerhouse rock band'

b : an athletic team characterized by strong aggressive play

https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/powerhouse

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