- n. 精力；活力；能源
- [U]活力,干劲,能力 the quality of being full of life and action; power and ability to do a lot of work or be physically active
- [P]精力 the power which one can use in working
- [U]能,能量,能源 the power which can do work, such as drive machines or provide
(physics) a thermodynamic quantity equivalent to the capacity of a physical system to do work; the units of energy are joules or ergs;
"energy can take a wide variety of forms"
"he plays tennis with great energy"
"he's full of zip"
enterprising or ambitious drive;
"Europeans often laugh at American energy"
an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing);
"his writing conveys great energy"
"a remarkable muscularity of style"
a healthy capacity for vigorous activity;
"jogging works off my excess energy"
"he seemed full of vim and vigor"
any source of usable power;
"the DOE is responsible for maintaining the energy policy"
the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
- Young people usually have more energy than the old.
- Don't waste your time and energy on trifles.
- Auckland is a city full of energy.
- The industry felt the effects of the energy crisis.
- He gave a lecture on the use of solar energy.
- The manager listened carefully to Edison's plan and admired him for his energy and enthusiasm.
- She is blessed with immense talent and boundless energy.
- He didn't know how to blow off his superfluous energy.
- Since you are going to fight a hard battle, now you should conserve your strength and store up your energy.
- They invested time and energy in the election campaign.
- He was always overflowing with energy.
- The lads' energy pleased him but their recklessness worried him.
- They poured their energies into religious reform.
- It was found necessary to retire several generals who lacked energy and enterprise.
- She flung all her energy〔energies〕 into her work.
- Plants absorb energy from the sun.
- The energy released by the chain reaction is transformed into heat.
- We'll bend to translating a book on atomic energy.
- The fuel shortage awoke the country to the need for developing atomic energy.
- Einstein's theory links energy with mass and velocity of light.
- Scientists realized that it was possible to obtain energy by splitting the atom.
- New machines were introduced into the factory. As a result, not only were time and energy saved but production was greatly increased.
- World energy demand is increasing at a rate of about 3％ per year.
- I didn't have the energy to disagree with her.
- produce energy 产生能量
- provide energy for 为…提供能量
- reduce energy 减少能量
- store up energy 贮存能量
- use the energy 利用能量
- devote one's energy to 致力于
- direct one's energy to 致力于
- have much energy 精力充沛
- pour energy into 把精力倾注于
- work with energy 努力工作
- youthful energy 年轻人的活力
Institutions which could bear and breed such men as Lincoln and Emerson had surely some energy for good.出自： J. R. Lowell
A sparse, dark wiry figure, charged with nervous energy.出自： A. Koestler
- energy作“能力”解时,其后面可用动词不定式作定语,但不可用 v -ing形式。
- energy, force, might, power, strength, vigour
- A car needs a lot of power to go fast.汽车高速行驶需要很大动力。
- Every normal, healthy person has power to think.每一个正常、健康的人都有思维能力。
- He hasn't got enough strength to get out of bed.他没有足够的力气下床。
- At last his strength gave out.他的体力终于不支了。
- He has strength of character.他性格坚强。
- Union is strength.团结就是力量。
- We had to use force to get into the house.我们不得不强行进屋。
- Some of them forced their way into our office.他们中有些人强行进入我们的办公室。
- His arguments forced them to admit he was right.他的论据迫使他们承认他是对的。
- The thief forced her to hand over the money.贼强迫她把钱交出来。
- The army fought bravely, but it was crushed by the might of its powerful enemy.军队勇敢地战斗,但最终还是被敌人强大的势力所摧垮。
- They would have little chance to survive against our might.在我们的强大力量面前,他们几乎无法继续生存下去。
- The work was so difficult that it was beyond my might.这项工作太难了,它超出了我的能力。
- The competition is strong and we must study with all our might.竞争是强有力的,我们须尽全力地学习。
- He is full of vigour.他充满了活力。
- ☆ 16世纪90年代进入英语，直接源自中古法语的energie；最初源自古希腊语的energeia，意为行为，举措。