energetic

  • 1 energetic — ENERGÉTIC, Ă, energetici, ce, adj., s.f. 1. adj. Privitor la producerea şi la folosirea diferitelor forme de energie. ♢ Sistem energetic = ansamblu de instalaţii organizat unitar în scopul producerii, transmisiunii şi distribuţiei energiei… …

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  • 2 Energetic — En er*get ic, Energetical En er*get ic*al, a. [Gr. ?, fr. ? to work, be active, fr. ? active. See {Energy}.] 1. Having energy or energies; possessing a capacity for vigorous action or for exerting force; active. A Being eternally energetic. Grew …

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  • 3 energetic — index active, forcible, indomitable, industrious, intense, painstaking, potent, sedulous, strong …

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  • 4 energetic — англ. [инэджэ/тик] energico ит. [энэ/рджико] énergique фр. [энэржи/к] energisch нем. [энэ/ргиш] энергично, сильно, решительно …

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  • 5 energetic — 1650s, “powerful,” from Gk. energetikos “active,” from energein to work, act upon (see ENERGY (Cf. energy)). Of persons, “active,” in English from 1796 (energetical is from c.1600) …

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  • 6 energetic — *vigorous, strenuous, lusty, nervous Analogous words: forceful, forcible, *powerful, potent: *active, dynamic, live: *busy, industrious, diligent: *strong, stout, sturdy, stalwart, tough, tenacious Antonyms: lethargic …

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  • 7 energetic — [adj] full of life; forceful active, aggressive, animated, ball of fire*, breezy, brisk, demoniac, driving, dynamic, enterprising, forcible, fresh, hardy, high powered, indefatigable, industrious, kinetic, lively, lusty, peppy, potent, powerful,… …

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  • 8 energetic — ► ADJECTIVE 1) showing or involving great energy or activity. 2) Physics relating to energy. DERIVATIVES energetically adverb. ORIGIN originally meaning «powerfully effective»: from Greek energein operate, work in or upon …

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  • 9 energetic — [en΄ər jet′ik] adj. [Gr energētikos] of, having, or showing energy; vigorous; forceful SYN. ACTIVE energetically adv …

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  • 10 energetic — [[t]e̱nə(r)ʤe̱tɪk[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED If you are energetic in what you do, you have a lot of enthusiasm and determination. Blackwell is 59, strong looking, enormously energetic and accomplished... The next government will play an energetic role in …

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  • 11 energetic — adj. VERBS ▪ be, feel, seem ADVERB ▪ extremely, fairly, very, etc. ▪ highly …

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  • 12 energetic — en|er|get|ic [ˌenəˈdʒetık US ər ] adj having or needing a lot of energy or determination ▪ an energetic man ▪ an energetic drive to get more customers energetic in doing sth ▪ We need to be more energetic in promoting ourselves abroad.… …

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  • 13 energetic — en|er|get|ic [ ,enər dʒetık ] adjective * an energetic person has a lot of energy and is very active: Her mother, now an energetic 73, was also present. energetic movements a. enthusiastic and determined: an energetic campaigner for civil rights… …

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  • 14 energetic */ — UK [ˌenə(r)ˈdʒetɪk] / US [ˌenərˈdʒetɪk] adjective a) an energetic person has a lot of energy and is very active Her mother, now an energetic 73, was also present. energetic movements b) enthusiastic and determined an energetic campaigner for… …

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  • 15 energetic — adjective 1) an energetic teacher Syn: active, lively, dynamic, zestful, spirited, animated, vital, vibrant, bouncy, bubbly, exuberant, ebullient, perky, frisky, sprightly, tireless, indefatigable …

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  • 16 energetic — adjective 1) an energetic woman Syn: active, lively, dynamic, spirited, animated, bouncy, bubbly, sprightly, tireless, indefatigable, enthusiastic; informal full of beans 2) energetic exercises Syn …

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  • 17 energetic — adjective Etymology: Greek energētikos, from energein to be active, from energos Date: 1651 1. operating with or marked by vigor or effect 2. marked by energy ; strenuous < an energetic walk > 3. of or relating to energy < energetic equation > …

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  • 18 energetic — energetically, adv. /en euhr jet ik/, adj. 1. possessing or exhibiting energy, esp. in abundance; vigorous: an energetic leader. 2. powerful in action or effect; effective: to take energetic measures against crime. Also, energetical. [1645 55; <… …

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  • 19 energetic — adjective a) Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy. Cosmic rays are energetic particles from outer space. b) Of or relating to energy …

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  • 20 energetic — en·er·get·ic .en ər jet ik adj of or relating to energy <energetic equation> …

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