Significado de “energy” - Diccionario inglés

energy en inglés británico

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energynoun

uk /ˈen.ə.dʒi/ us /ˈen.ɚ.dʒi/

energy noun (STRENGTH)

B1 [ U ] the power and ability to be physically and mentally active:

Since I started eating more healthily I've got so much more energy.
I was going to go out this evening, but I just haven't got the energy.
[ + to infinitive ] I didn't even have the energy to get out of bed.
approving Her writing is full of passion and energy (= enthusiasm).
energies [ plural ]

the total of all your power and ability to be mentally and physically active:

I'm going to channel all my energies into getting a better job.

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energy noun (POWER)

B1 the power from something such as electricity or oil that can do work, such as providing light and heat:

The energy generated by the windmill drives all the drainage pumps.
nuclear energy

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(Definición de energy de Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

energy en inglés americano

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energynoun

us /ˈen·ər·dʒi/

energy noun (STRENGTH)

the power and ability to be physically and mentally active:

[ U ] They spent a lot of time and energy on the grant proposal.
[ U ] He wrote with a great burst of energy.

Your energies are the total amount of your physical and mental strength to do something:

[ pl ] All my energies were directed toward establishing an academic career.

energy noun (POWER)

physics [ U ] power to do work that produces light, heat, or motion, or the fuel or electricity used for power:

Certain materials acquired the ability to carry an electric charge with no loss of energy.
The cost of energy rose last month.

(Definición de energy de Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

energy en inglés de negocios

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energynoun [ U ]

uk /ˈenədʒi/ us ENVIRONMENT, NATURAL RESOURCES

the power from something such as electricity or oil, which can do work, such as providing light and heat:

use/consume/waste energy 80% of the energy used to wash garments is needed to heat the water.
save/conserve energy We aim to manage and conserve energy and water efficiently within all our premises.
provide/produce/generate energy These power stations work 24 hours a day, providing energy to the nation.
energy use/costs
wind/wave/solar energy

(Definición de energy de Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)