Definition of 'high-energy'
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There was no way she could perform her single live and do a high-energy dance routine. The Sun (2010)He argues that humans have evolved a strong urge to eat high-energy food and that genetics play a key role in obesity. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Another problem not mentioned in the report is that India opposes the import of high-energy food supplements. Times, Sunday Times (2009)The high-energy routines burn 400 calories an hour. The Sun (2012)He says it is part of the process, drawing me to high-energy foods to encourage tissue growth. The Sun (2013)
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