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The supposed inducement of movement of an object by mental or spiritual power.
tel′e·ki·net′ic (-nĕt′ĭk) adj.
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1. the movement of a body caused by thought or willpower without the application of a physical force
2. the ability to cause such movement
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tel•e•ki•ne•sis(ˌtɛl ɪ kɪˈni sɪs, -kaɪ-)
the purported ability to move or deform inanimate objects by mental power. Also called psychokinesis.
tel`e•ki•net′ic (-ˈnɛt ɪk) adj.
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the production of motion in a body, apparently without the use of material force, a power long claimed by mediums and magicians. Also called teleportation. — telekinetic, adj.See also: Gravity
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telekinesis[ˌtelɪkɪˈniːsɪs] N → telequinesia f
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n → Telekinese f
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