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momentum /məʊˈmentəm, mə- $ moʊ-, mə-/ noun [uncountable]

Irregular Forms: (pl) momenta


اندازه حرکت ، برتری ، دور حرکت ، سرعت حرکت ، شتاب حرکت ، مقدار حرکت ، مقدار جنبش انی ، نیروی حرکت انی ، علوم مهندسی: ایمپولز ، معماری: اندازه حرکت ، شیمی: اندازه حرکت ، نجوم: تکانه ، ورزش: اندازه حرکت ، نیروی حرکتی ، علوم هوایی: اندازه حرکت ، علوم نظامی: شدت
momentum
[noun]
Synonyms: impetus, drive, energy, force, power, propulsion, push, strength, thrust

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

momentum /məʊˈmentəm, mə- $ moʊ-, mə-/ noun [uncountable]
[Word Family: noun: moment, momentum; adjective: momentary, momentous; adverb: momentarily]
[Date: 1600-1700; Language: Latin; Origin: 'movement, moment', from movere 'to move']

1. the ability to keep increasing, developing, or being more successful
gain/gather momentum
The campaign for reform should start to gather momentum in the new year.
incentives to maintain the momentum of European integration
Governments often lose momentum in their second term of office.
momentum of
the momentum of increasing immigration
momentum towards
the momentum towards economic union

2. the force that makes a moving object keep moving
gain/gather momentum (=move faster)
The wheel was allowed to roll down the slope, gathering momentum as it went.
Pratt, without losing any momentum at all, passed them both and won the race.

3. technical the force or power that is contained in a moving object and is calculated by multiplying its weight by its speed
momentum of
the momentum of a particle

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

momentum
noun
ADJ. considerable, great, irresistible | initial | fresh She gave fresh momentum to the campaign.
VERB + MOMENTUM have The campaign for change now has considerable momentum.
build up, gain, gather, increase The car gathered momentum as it rolled down the hill.
create, give sth, provide | keep up, maintain, sustain | lose The team has lost momentum in recent weeks.
slow
MOMENTUM + VERB build up, increase | go Their momentum has gone, and they feel they cannot fight any longer.
PREP. ~ for keeping up the momentum for growth
~ towards the irresistible momentum towards reunification of the two countries
PHRASES keep the momentum going We have to keep the momentum of our sales operation going.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

momentum

gain/gather/build up momentum (=become more and more successful)
The show gathered momentum over the next few months and became a huge hit.
give something momentum (=make something become more successsful)
The agreement was small, but it gave new momentum to the talks.
maintain momentum (=make something continue at the same pace)
The party was determined to maintain the momentum of reform.
lose momentum (=to start to become less successful)
The team seems to have lost its momentum.
keep the momentum going (also sustain the momentum formal) (=keep being successful)
Hopefully we can keep the momentum going and win the next game as well.
irresistible (=that cannot be stopped)
The social changes began to gather irresistible momentum.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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