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momentum

noun [no plural]   /məˈmen.təm/
A the force that keeps an object moving or keeps an event developing after it has started momento, impulso Once you push it, it keeps going under its own momentum. The spacecraft will fly around the earth to gain/gather momentum for its trip to Jupiter. The play loses momentum (= becomes less interesting, energetic, etc.) by its half way stage. In an attempt to give new momentum to their plans, the committee set a date for starting detailed discussions.13511607
(Definition of momentum from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

momentum

noun /məˈmentəm/
the amount or force of motion in a moving body impulso, ímpetu
(Definition of momentum from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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