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Related to high-energy: high energy physics
1. Of or relating to elementary particles with energies exceeding hundreds of thousands of electron volts.
2. Yielding a large amount of energy upon undergoing chemical reaction.
3. Vigorous; dynamic.
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(Atomic Physics) physics possessing speed and energy beyond the classical laws of motion, esp of particles which have been accelerated in an accelerator
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|Adj.||1.||high-energy - of or relating to elementary particles having energies of hundreds of thousands of electron volts|
|2.||high-energy - providing a relatively large amount of energy upon undergoing a chemical reaction|
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"
|3.||high-energy - vigorously energetic or forceful; "a high-octane sales manager"; "a high-octane marketing plan"; "high-powered executives"; "a high-voltage theatrical entrepreneur"|
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high-energy[ˌhaɪˈenədʒɪ] ADJ high-energy particle → partícula f de alta energía
high-energy physics → física f de altas energías
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