Commentary: ENERGY[+force][+capacity][+to_perform][+work] (physics) the capacity of a physical system to do work; example units of energy are joules or ergs
The famous equation E=Mc2 asserts an equivalence between an amount of energy and amount of mass.
The rock's potential energy was converted to kinetic energy when it fell off the cliff.
His company is developing alternative energies for heating and transportation.
The investor recommended stocks in the energy and pharmaceutical sectors.
What is the cost of these various energies per hour of usage?
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 1
Commentary: ENERGY[+quality][+behavioral][+vitality] vigor, vigour, vim, vitality - a healthy capacity for vigorous activity
Jogging works off my excess energy.
His writing conveys great energy.
John seems to have no energy these days.
Her staff put enormous energy into the project.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 2 3 4 5
Commentary: ENERGY[+organization][+department][+government][+of_fuel] Department of Energy, Energy Department, Energy, DOE - the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States
Energy issued a statement urging people in California to decrease electricity consumption during peak hours.
The Department of Energy was created in 1977.
WordNet 2.0 Sense Numbers: 3