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energy

noun (STRENGTH)
力量
 
 
/ˈen.ə.dʒi/ US  /-ɚ-/
[U] the power and ability to be physically and mentally active
精力;活力;干劲
Since I started eating more healthily I've got so much more energy.
自从更加注意饮食健康以来,我精力愈发充沛了。
I was going to go out this evening, but I just haven't got the energy.
今晚我本打算出去玩的,可是实在没有力气了。
[+ to infinitive] I didn't even have the energy to get out of bed.
我连下床的力气都没了。
approving Her writing is full of passion and energy (= enthusiasm).
她的文章中充满激情和活力。
Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
energies [plural] the total of all your power and ability to be mentally and physically active
(全部)精力,力量
I'm going to channel all my energies into getting a better job.
我要全力以赴去找一个好些的工作。
Excitement, interest, energy and enthusiasm
Translations of “energy”
in Arabic طاقة, نَشاط…
in Korean 힘, 에너지…
in Malaysian tenaga…
in French énergie…
in Turkish güç, enerji, (elektrik…
in Italian energia…
in Chinese (Traditional) 力量, 精力, 活力…
in Russian энергия, сила…
in Polish energia…
in Vietnamese năng lực, năng lượng…
in Spanish energía…
in Portuguese energia…
in Thai กำลัง, พลังงาน…
in German die Energie…
in Catalan energia…
in Japanese 労力, エネルギー…
in Indonesian tenaga…
(Definition of energy noun (STRENGTH) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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