energy, free energy(noun)
(physics) a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs
"energy can take a wide variety of forms"
energy, vigor, vigour, zip(noun)
"he plays tennis with great energy"; "he's full of zip"
postal code, vigor, muscularity, zip, vitality, goose egg, dynamism, postcode, naught, aught, zero, cipher, nix, cypher, nil, vigour, get-up-and-go, slide fastener, null, zip fastener, zipper, heartiness, vim, zilch, zippo, nothing, nada, push, free energy
energy, push, get-up-and-go(noun)
enterprising or ambitious drive
"Europeans often laugh at American energy"
energy, muscularity, vigor, vigour, vim(noun)
an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)
"his writing conveys great energy"; "a remarkable muscularity of style"
energy, vim, vitality(noun)
a healthy capacity for vigorous activity
"jogging works off my excess energy"; "he seemed full of vim and vigor"
any source of usable power
"the DOE is responsible for maintaining the energy policy"
Department of Energy, Energy Department, Energy, DOE(noun)
the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
English Synonyms and Antonyms
Power is the most general term of this group, including every quality, property, or faculty by which any change, effect, or result is, or may be, produced; as, the power of the legislature to enact laws, or of the executive to enforce them; the power of an acid to corrode a metal; the power of a polished surface to reflect light. Ability is nearly coextensive with power, but does not reach the positiveness and vigor that may be included in the meaning of power, ability often implying latent, as distinguished from active power; we speak of an exertion of power, but not of an exertion of ability. Power and ability include capacity, which is power to receive; but ability is often distinguished from capacity, as power that may be manifested in doing, as capacity is in receiving; one may have great capacity for acquiring knowledge, and yet not possess ability to teach. Efficiency is active power to effect a definite result, the power that actually does, as distinguished from that which may do. Competency is equal to the occasion, readiness prompt for the occasion. Faculty is an inherent quality of mind or body; talent, some special mental ability. Dexterity and skill are readiness and facility in action, having a special end; talent is innate, dexterity and skill are largely acquired. Our abilities include our natural capacity, faculties, and talents, with all the dexterity, skill, and readiness that can be acquired. Efficacy is the power to produce an intended effect as shown in the production of it; as, the efficacy of a drug. Efficiency is effectual agency, competent power; efficiency is applied in mechanics as denoting the ratio of the effect produced to the power expended in producing it; but this word is chiefly used of intelligent agents as denoting the quality that brings all one's power to bear promptly and to the best purpose on the thing to be done. Compare ADDRESS; DEXTERITY; SKILFUL.
ability, aptitude, capability, capacity, cleverness, cogency, competency, dexterity, efficacy, efficiency, expertness, faculty, force, might, power, qualification, readiness, skill, strength, susceptibility, talent
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He is doing so poorly in the polls that he is now starting to spend some of the money that his 'bosses' -- special interests and lobbyists -- have given him to attack me, the last thing this country needs is a low-energy president without any substance or any ideas on how to Make America Great Again.
We’re looking at a competitive oil market that should continue to be oversupplied next year, we should see three to four months of healthy growth in demand next summer, but the [International Energy Agency] is anticipating that supply will be higher than demand.
This is a normal garden variety correction, with levels that set the playing field a little bit, the reality is that the energy sector continues to be a catalyst for concern. So for today's market, if oil gives us any modicum of stabilization, I think the overall market could be relatively flat to up today.
We will procure nuclear energy on a scale and pace that the country can afford.
The Deliverator could revolutionize the delivery sector, the Deliverator has enough space and doesn't consume a lot of energy.
Translations for energy
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- енергия, силаBulgarian
- energiaCatalan, Valencian
- courage, énergieFrench
- enerzjyWestern Frisian
- brìgh, lùths, neartScottish Gaelic
- enèjiHaitian Creole
- կորով, ուժ, եռանդ, էներգիաArmenian
- tenaga, energiIndonesian
- energia, forzaItalian
- エネルギー, 動力Japanese
- 에너지, 에네르기Korean
- енергија, energijaSerbo-Croatian
- enerji, erke, güçTurkish
- năng lượngVietnamese
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