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energy /ˈenədʒi $ -ər-/ noun (plural energies)


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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

energy
[noun]
Synonyms: vigour, drive, forcefulness, get-up-and-go (informal), liveliness, pep, stamina, verve, vitality
Antonyms: inertia
Contrasted words: impotence, decrepitude, feebleness, weakness, powerlessness, kef, languor, lethargy, listlessness, sluggishness, ergophobia
Related Words: activity, operativeness, forcefulness, mightiness, powerfulness, application, effectiveness, efficacy, effort, toughness

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

energy S2 W1 AC /ˈenədʒi $ -ər-/ noun (plural energies)
[Word Family: adjective: energetic, energizing; verb: energize; noun: energy; adverb: energetically]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Late Latin; Origin: energia, from Greek energeia 'activity', from ergon 'work']

1. [uncountable] power that is used to provide heat, operate machines etc:
The water is heated using energy from the sun.
The problem with nuclear energy is dealing with the waste.

2. [uncountable] the physical and mental strength that makes you able to do things:
Where do those kids get their energy from?
Are you suffering from a lack of energy?
The city is full of creative energy.
I really put a lot of energy into what I do.
He wants to conserve his energy for next week's game (=use as little energy as possible now, so that you have more energy to use later).

3. [uncountable] a special power that some people believe exists in their bodies and in some buildings:
There was a lot of energy in the room this morning – did you feel it?

4. [uncountable] technical in physics, the ability that something has to work or move:
kinetic energy

5. sb’s energies the effort and interest that you use to do things
apply/devote/channel your energies into/to something
She’s devoting all her energies to the wedding plans.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

energy
noun
I. ability to be active/work hard
ADJ. boundless, indefatigable, inexhaustible, unflagging I admire her boundless energy.
surplus | nervous, restless | youthful | creative There was a lack of creative energy in the British film industry.
QUANT. amount, level You can judge how healthy you are by the amount of energy you have.
great deal Bringing up twins requires a great deal of energy.
burst With a sudden burst of energy, he ran to the top of the hill.
VERB + ENERGY be bursting with, be full of, have The children are always full of energy. I don't seem to have any energy these days.
lack He never seems to lack energy.
expend, put She put all her energies into her work.
channel, devote, direct, turn We're trying to deal with young offenders by channelling their energy into sport rather than crime.
conserve, save | work off The kids were running around crazily, working off their surplus energy.
waste We don't want to waste our energy trying to persuade people who are just not interested.
sap The hills sapped his energy and he got off his bike for frequent rests.
dissipate The volunteers' energy was dissipated by the enormous amounts of paperwork involved in the project.
ENERGY + VERB flag It was late and my energy was beginning to flag.
PHRASES an outlet for your energy Football gives them an outlet for their energy.
a waste of energy It's a waste of energy cutting this grass?nobody's going to see it.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

energy
II. source of power
ADJ. renewable the change from fossil fuels to renewable energy
atomic, nuclear, solar, wave, wind
QUANT. amount The new power station produces vast amounts of energy.
VERB + ENERGY generate, produce | harness attempts to harness solar energy
provide, supply | consume, use | store No battery could store enough energy to turn over a car's engine.
conserve, save | waste | need, require
ENERGY + NOUN production | consumption, use | demand, needs, requirements total energy requirements for the coming year
supply The nuclear plant provides a fifth of the nation's energy supplies.
resources, sources | conservation, savings equipment that offers long-term energy savings
efficiency | bill, costs, prices | crisis, problem, shortage The country could face an energy crisis if demand continues to rise.
company, industry, sector state control of the energy industries
market The cost of solar power needs to fall before it makes an impact on the energy market.
management, plan, policy, programme, project, strategy a government-sponsored renewable energy project
PHRASES a demand for energy The demand for energy and fuel is expected to increase dramatically.
energy-saving energy-saving features that can reduce energy bills by 50%
a form of energy, a source of energy

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

energy

generate/produce energy
a power plant that generates energy from household waste
supply/provide energy
The wind farm will provide enough energy for 100,000 homes.
store energy
Batteries store the energy from the solar panels.
use energy
Washing machines use a lot of energy.
conserve energy (=not waste any energy)
An efficient boiler will conserve energy and save you money.
solar energy
The water pump is powered by solar energy.
nuclear/atomic energy
a report on the cost of nuclear energy
wind/wave energy
The windmill uses wind energy to crush grain and pump water.
renewable energy (=energy such as solar or wind energy that can be replaced naturally)
Switching to sources of renewable energy will reduce carbon emissions.
alternative energy (=energy from sources other than oil, coal, or nuclear energy)
It is the first form of public transport to be powered by alternative energy.
clean energy (=which does not cause pollution)
Iceland possesses sufficient quantities of clean energy sources that it does not need to rely on fossil fuels.
energy use
30% of all our energy use is in the home.
energy efficiency
This guide provides advice on ways of improving energy efficiency.
energy consumption
We all need to reduce our energy consumption.
energy needs/requirements
65% of the country’s energy needs are met by imported oil.
energy production
hydro-electricity and other methods of energy production
energy resources
The world’s energy resources are being used up at an alarming rate.
an energy shortage
California experienced energy shortages that in turn led to power outages.
an energy crisis
Europe could soon face an energy crisis.
energy supplies
We must secure the country’s future energy supplies.
an energy company
a state-owned energy company
the energy industry
regulation of the energy industry
an energy bill
We are looking at ways of cutting our energy bill.
energy prices
Energy prices are likely to rise significantly in the near future.
a source/form of energy
Coal is more expensive than other sources of energy.
the demand for energy
The demand for energy in developing countries will continue to grow.
have energy
He always has plenty of energy!
put some energy into something
Try to put more energy into your game.
channel your energy into something (also devote your energy to something) (=use most of your energy doing something)
She should channel more of her energy into her studies.
conserve energy (=use as little energy as possible)
The lions spend much of the day sleeping, conserving energy for the hunt.
run out of energy (=have no more energy)
The players seemed to be running out of energy.
lack energy (=have no energy)
She lacked the energy to continue.
something takes/requires energy
Climbing with a full backpack takes a lot of energy.
your energy flags (=it becomes less and you become tired)
After eight laps of the running track, my energy began to flag.
be full of energy/be bursting with energy (=have a lot of energy)
I felt happy and full of energy.
The stage was bursting with energy.
a lack of energy
Common symptoms include a loss of appetite and a lack of energy.
a burst of energy (=a short sudden increase in energy)
He tried to summon up one final burst of energy, but his legs wouldn’t respond.
boundless energy (=that seems to have no limit)
The children ran up and down the beach with boundless energy.
youthful energy (=energy that young people naturally have)
She is very talented and full of youthful energy.
creative energy (=that makes you want to write, draw, paint etc)
We have seen an explosion of creative energy from the band this year.
nervous energy (=energy that comes from being nervous or excited)
She seems to thrive on nervous energy.
energy levels (=the amount of energy someone has)
Regular exercise increases your energy levels.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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