英 [ˈenədʒi] 美 [ˈenərdʒi]
名词 精力; 活力; [物]能量; 精神
1. They are working with energy.
2. They devoted all their energies to the job.
3. Young people usually have more energy than the old.
1. The plan also provides business opportunities for energy efficiency solution providers, including Air Products.
2. Incorporating operational energy efficiency into a company's overall business strategy will facilitate progression toward a reduction in the environmental impact and cost of business operations.
3. Many Chinese enterprises have realized that energy efficiency and environmental protection are not burden but profitable business.
4. Kong and fellow alternative energy producers have been enjoying booming business since the end of June.
5. China's wind energy resources represent a significant new energy business opportunity and are considered to be among the world's best.
6. As challenging as this demand is, the Energy Minister remains confident that it represents an unmissable business opportunity.
7. An energy service company is a business that provides energy management services to an energy user.
8. He tells China Business Weekly that the university has been working with three energy companies for the past two years.
9. China has moved aggressively to buy up energy assets overseas to help fuel its booming economy and improve its energy security.
Energy is the ability and strength to do active physical things and the feeling that you are full of physical power and life.
e.g. He was saving his energy for next week's race in Belgium...
e.g. We try to boost our energy by eating.
Energy is determination and enthusiasm about doing things.
e.g. At 54 years old her energy and looks are magnificent...
e.g. You have drive and energy for those things you are interested in.
Your energies are your efforts and attention, which you can direct towards a particular aim.
e.g. She had started to devote her energies to teaching rather than performing...
e.g. We must concentrate our energies on treating addiction first.