Meaning & Definition of Physics in English
1. The science of matter and energy and their interactions
- "His favorite subject was physics"
- physics ,
- natural philosophy
2. The physical properties, phenomena, and laws of something
- "He studied the physics of radiation"
- physics ,
- physical science
Examples of using
"People like us, who believe in physics, know that the distinction between past, present, and future is only a stubbornly persistent illusion." -- Albert Einstein
The word "physics" comes from Greek, meaning nature.
He does well in physics.
Quantum physics is too difficult for a mere mortal to understand.
Two Iranian professors of physics were assassinated.
Students who want to major in physics ought to have a sufficient knowledge of mathematics.
Which do you like better, physics or chemistry?
She gave her entire life to the study of physics.
She has little knowledge of physics.
He is doing physics.
He had a book on physics published.
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