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en·er·get·ic

 (ĕn′ər-jĕt′ĭk)
adj.
1. Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy. See Synonyms at active.
2. Of or relating to energy.

[Greek energētikos, from energein, to be active, from energos, active; see energy.]

en′er·get′i·cal·ly adv.

energetic

(ˌɛnəˈdʒɛtɪk)
adj
having or showing much energy or force; vigorous. Also: energic
ˌenerˈgetically adv

en•er•get•ic

(ˌɛn ərˈdʒɛt ɪk)

adj.
1. possessing or exhibiting energy, esp. in abundance; vigorous; active.
2. powerful in action or effect; forceful; effective.
[1645–55; < Greek energētikós <energē- (variant s. of energeîn to be active; see energy)]
en`er•get′i•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.energetic - possessing or exerting or displaying energy; "an energetic fund raiser for the college"; "an energetic group of hikers"; "it caused an energetic chemical reaction"
active - characterized by energetic activity; "an active toddler"; "active as a gazelle"; "an active man is a man of action"
lively - full of life and energy; "a lively discussion"; "lively and attractive parents"; "a lively party"
dynamic, dynamical - characterized by action or forcefulness or force of personality; "a dynamic market"; "a dynamic speaker"; "the dynamic president of the firm"
enterprising - marked by imagination, initiative, and readiness to undertake new projects; "an enterprising foreign policy"; "an enterprising young man likely to go far"
spirited - displaying animation, vigor, or liveliness
lethargic, unenrgetic - deficient in alertness or activity; "bullfrogs became lethargic with the first cold nights"
2.energetic - working hard to promote an enterprise
enterprising - marked by imagination, initiative, and readiness to undertake new projects; "an enterprising foreign policy"; "an enterprising young man likely to go far"

energetic

adjective
1. forceful, strong, determined, powerful, storming (informal), active, aggressive, dynamic, vigorous, potent, hard-hitting, high-powered, strenuous, punchy (informal), forcible, high-octane (informal) an energetic public-relations campaign
3. strenuous, hard, taxing, demanding, tough, exhausting, vigorous, arduous an energetic exercise routine

energetic

adjective
1. Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy:
Informal: peppy.
Translations
حَيَوي، نَشيطنَشِيطيَحْتاجُ إلى نَشاط
vitální
energiskenergikrævende
energinen
energetičan
energikus
atorkusamur, orkumikillröggsamur, röskur
精力的な
정력적인
energický
odločenživahen
energisk
กระตือรือร้น
đầy nhiệt huyết

energetic

[ˌenəˈdʒetɪk] ADJ [person] → activo, lleno de energía; [activity, sport] → que requiere mucha energía, duro; [walk] → duro; [campaign] → activo; [performance] → lleno de energía; [protest, efforts] → vigoroso; [denial, refusal] → enérgico
I've had a very energetic dayhe tenido un día muy activo
to feel energeticsentirse lleno de energía
I'm not feeling very energetic todayhoy no me siento con muchas energías

energetic

[ˌɛnərˈdʒɛtɪk] adj
(having a lot of energy) [person] → énergique
(= vigorous) [activity, sport] → physique; [effort, campaign] → vigoureux/euse; [leader, leadership, style, approach] → vigoureux/euse

energetic

adj
person (= enthusiastic, lively)energiegeladen; (= active)aktiv; to be more/very energeticmehr/viel Energie haben; if I’m feeling energeticwenn ich die Energie habe
activity (= full of action)energiegeladen; (= strenuous)anstrengend; performanceschwungvoll; campaignaktiv; action, effortenergisch, entschlossen; energetic sportBewegungssport m; do something energeticmachen Sie etwas Aktives

energetic

[ˌɛnəˈdʒɛtɪk] adj (person, protest) → energico/a; (day) → attivo/a
do you feel energetic enough to go for a walk? → sei abbastanza in forze per fare una passeggiata?

energy

(ˈenədʒi) plural ˈenergies noun
1. the ability to act, or the habit of acting, strongly and vigorously. He has amazing energy for his age; That child has too much energy; I must devote my energies to gardening today.
2. the power, eg of electricity, of doing work. electrical energy; nuclear energy.
ˌenerˈgetic (-ˈdʒetik) adjective
1. vigorous; very active. an energetic child.
2. requiring energy. an energetic walk.
ˌenerˈgetically adverb

energetic

نَشِيط vitální energisk energiegeladen ενεργητικός energético, lleno de energía energinen énergique energetičan energico 精力的な 정력적인 energiek energisk energiczny energético энергичный energisk กระตือรือร้น enerji dolu đầy nhiệt huyết 精力充沛的

energetic

a. enérgico-a, vigoroso-a, lleno-a de energía.

energetic

adj activo, con mucha energía
References in classic literature ?
Jo liked this, and after an energetic rummage from garret to cellar, subsided on the sofa to nurse her cold with arsenicum and books.
She is handsome, energetic, executive, but to me she seems unimpressionable and temperamentally incapable of enthusiasm.
In this, perhaps, he does no more than any other energetic and imaginative race would do, being compelled to set bounds to fancy by experience; but the North American Indian clothes his ideas in a dress which is different from that of the African, and is oriental in itself.
With energetic raps at the shop-window, Hepzibah summoned the man in, and made purchase of what he warranted as the finest mackerel in his cart, and as fat a one as ever he felt with his finger so early in the season.
Planted deep, in the town's earliest infancy and childhood, by these two earnest and energetic men, the race has ever since subsisted here; always, too, in respectability; never, so far as I have known, disgraced by a single unworthy member; but seldom or never, on the other hand, after the first two generations, performing any memorable deed, or so much as putting forward a claim to public notice.
Those turbid waters, hurrying, foaming, tearing along, an apt resemblance of that headlong tide of business which is poured along its wave by a race more vehement and energetic than any the old world ever saw.
We had a fine view, from here, of the energetic Visp, as it makes its first plunge into the world from under a huge arch of solid ice, worn through the foot-wall of the great Gorner Glacier; and we could also see the Furggenbach, which is the outlet of the Furggen Glacier.
The visitor was a good-natured, ignorant, energetic middle-aged Irishman named John Buckstone, who was a great politician in a small way, and always took a large share in public matters of every sort.
At times I would rise up, a flash of energetic freedom would dart through my soul, accompanied with a faint beam of hope, that flickered for a moment, and then vanished.
I have not been buried with inferior minds, and excluded from every glimpse of communion with what is bright and energetic and high.
He mounted another step threateningly as if it were his energetic intention to jump down and deal with her; but as she came toward him he evidently thought better of it and stood on the top step of his ladder shaking his fist down at her.
He was now a very energetic man indeed, with great firmness of purpose, strength of resolution, and vigour of action.