Definition of 'energetic'
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These days the area has an energetic, friendly feel, largely because of the presence of so many students. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The amphetamines made him feel healthy and energetic. Christianity Today (2000)Her tongue was younger and more energetic than mine. Times, Sunday Times (2014)There are a lot of energetic people here who are into interesting projects. Times, Sunday Times (2010)All feelings are energy and the way to release them is through energetic activity. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We have become accustomed to their astonishingly energetic performances and their exuberantly dramatic interpretations. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It had been an energetic and ingenious exercise. Times, Sunday Times (2009)It tends to make users feel more energetic. Taking Drugs Seriously (1994)The main residue of these energetic performances was documentary photographs. The Times Literary Supplement (2013)An energetic display was capped with a goal on his debut to banish his injury nightmare from last season. The Sun (2012)They feel less competent, and they are less energetic and less actively engaged in parenting. Divergent Realities: the Emotional Lives of Mothers, Fathers, and Adolescents (1994)There are two paintings already on the wall and they are huge, and incredibly energetic. Times, Sunday Times (2014)The less energetic can take the 20-minute bus ride up to the lighthouse from the ferry terminal. Times, Sunday Times (2006) Younger men are energetic, attentive and wonderful partners. The Sun (2009)This also conditions your body so that you'll feel energetic. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Sports teams have been known to paint opposing team's locker rooms pink to keep the players passive and less energetic. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Here you recall a memory of when you felt incredibly energetic and relive it as vividly as possible, thereby accessing all the energetic feelings. Times, Sunday Times (2011)Look for ambitious, energetic individuals, but steer them. Times, Sunday Times (2006)He does it with an energetic enthusiasm which, for some reason, they find hilarious. The Sun (2009)You are bright, competent, enthusiastic and energetic. Times, Sunday Times (2008)He is determined, energetic, enthusiastic and an alert and original thinker. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Q. How many times a week do you do mildly energetic activity such as gardening, light housework or repairing things? The Sun (2014)The Games were marvellous but talk of a legacy of swelling enthusiasm for energetic pursuits was always unconvincing defiance of Olympic history. Times, Sunday Times (2013)A synchronised swimmer holds her breath for 60 per cent of a four-minute energetic routine. Times, Sunday Times (2010)
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Translations for 'energetic'
British English: energetic /ˌɛnəˈdʒɛtɪk/ ADJECTIVE
An energetic person has a lot of energy.
We were very energetic when we were young.
- American English: energetic
- Arabic: نَشِيط
- Brazilian Portuguese: energético
- Chinese: 精力充沛的
- Croatian: energetičan
- Czech: vitální
- Danish: energisk
- Dutch: energiek
- European Spanish: lleno de energía
- Finnish: energinen
- French: énergique
- German: energiegeladen
- Greek: ενεργητικός
- Italian: energico
- Japanese: 精力的な
- Korean: 정력적인
- Norwegian: energisk
- Polish: energiczny
- European Portuguese: energético
- Romanian: energic
- Russian: энергичный
- Spanish: energético
- Swedish: energisk
- Thai: กระตือรือร้น
- Turkish: enerji dolu
- Ukrainian: енергійний
- Vietnamese: đầy nhiệt huyết
Definition of energetic from the Collins English Dictionary
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