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Translation of "energy" - English-Turkish dictionary

energy

noun [C, U]     /ˈenədʒi/
ACTIVITY
B1 the power and ability to be very active without becoming tired güç, enerji Looking after children takes up a lot of time and energy. [+ to do sth] I didn't even have the energy to get out of bed.Energetic and lively
POWER
B1 the power that comes from electricity, gas, etc (elektrik, gaz vb.) enerji nuclear energy energy conservation →  See also atomic energy Energy, force and powerPower and intensityElectricity and electronics
Translations of “energy”
in Arabic طاقة, نَشاط…
in Korean 힘, 에너지…
in Malaysian tenaga…
in French énergie…
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…
in Chinese (Simplified) 力量, 精力, 活力…
(Definition of energy from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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