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Meaning & Definition of Energy in English

English

Energy

/ɛnərʤi/

noun

1. (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"
    synonym:
  • energy
  • ,
  • free energy

2. Forceful exertion

  • "He plays tennis with great energy"
  • "He's full of zip"
    synonym:
  • energy
  • ,
  • vigor
  • ,
  • vigour
  • ,
  • zip

3. Enterprising or ambitious drive

  • "Europeans often laugh at american energy"
    synonym:
  • energy
  • ,
  • push
  • ,
  • get-up-and-go

4. An imaginative lively style (especially style of writing)

  • "His writing conveys great energy"
  • "A remarkable muscularity of style"
    synonym:
  • energy
  • ,
  • muscularity
  • ,
  • vigor
  • ,
  • vigour
  • ,
  • vim

5. A healthy capacity for vigorous activity

  • "Jogging works off my excess energy"
  • "He seemed full of vim and vigor"
    synonym:
  • energy
  • ,
  • vim
  • ,
  • vitality

6. Any source of usable power

  • "The doe is responsible for maintaining the energy policy"
    synonym:
  • energy

7. The federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the united states

  • Created in 1977
    synonym:
  • Department of Energy
  • ,
  • Energy Department
  • ,
  • Energy
  • ,
  • DOE

Examples of using

This technology will drastically lower the cost of solar energy.
The atomic energy is expensive and dangerous.
The cells have the capacity to convert food into energy.