English → English - energy

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n. power; vigor, liveliness, intensity

English → Spanish - energy

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s. energía, brío, dinamismo, fibra, ímpetu, impetuosidad, temple, vigor, vitalidad

English → French - energy

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n. énergie, puissance

English → German - energy

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n. Energie; Antriebskraft; Lebenskraft

English → Indonesian - energy

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n. gaya, daya, kekuatan, kesigapan, tenaga, energi, tenaga bekerja, gairah, animo

English → Italian - energy

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s. energia, polso, forza; vigore, incisività

English → Polish - energy

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n. energia, siła, prężność, sprężystość

English → Portuguese - energy

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s. energia; atividade, força

English → Romanian - energy

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n. energie, forţă, vigoare, putere, tărie, bărbăţie, capacitate de lucru

English → Russian - energy

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с. энергия, сила, силы, мощность, энергичность

English → Turkish - energy

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i. enerji, güç, gayret, erke, kuvvet

English → Ukrainian - energy

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n. енергія, потужність

English → Dutch - energy

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zn. energie; kracht

English → Greek - energy

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ουσ. ενέργεια, ενεργητικότητα, δραστηριότητα

English → Arabic - energy

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‏حيوية، طاقة، قوة، نشاط، مقدرة‏

English → Chinese - energy

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(名) 精力; 活力; 精神

English → Chinese - energy

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(名) 精力; 活力; 精神

English → Hindi - energy

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n. ऊर्जा, शक्ति, स्फूर्ति, बल

English → Japanese - energy

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(名) 精力; 活動力; エネルギー

English → Korean - energy

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명. 힘; 정력, 기력

English → Vietnamese - energy

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n. sức mạnh, khí lực, nghị lực, cơ năng

Definition of energy

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Noun
1. The impetus behind all motion and all activity.
2. The capacity to do work.
3. A quantity that denotes the ability to do work and is measured in a unit dimensioned in mass × distance²/time² (ML²/T²) or the equivalent.
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4. An intangible, modifiable force (often characterized as either 'positive' or 'negative') believed to emanate from a person, place or thing and which is (or can be) preserved and transferred in human interactions; shared mood or group habit; a vibe, a feeling, an impression.
5. A measure of how many actions a player or unit can take; in the fantasy genre often called magic points or mana.
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