effort definition

  • noun:
    • the usage physical or emotional energy to complete some thing; effort.
    • a hard effort associated with the strength or will: it absolutely was an endeavor for up.
    • A usually serious effort: try and arrive immediately.
    • One thing done or produced through effort; an achievement: a play that has been their best effort.
    • Physics Force applied against inertia.
    • the task associated with carrying out a task; exertion.
    • An endeavour.
    • An exertion of strength or energy, whether physical or mental, in doing an act or aiming at an object; just about intense undertaking; fight directed into the success of an object.
    • A force functioning on a body in the direction of its motion.
    • Voluntary exertion; a putting forth associated with the will, consciously directed toward the overall performance of every activity, external or internal, and in most cases prepared by a psychological act of “gathering the power” or coördination of capabilities.
    • The result of effort; something carried out by voluntary effort; specifically, a literary, oratorical, or imaginative work.
    • In mech., a force upon a body because a definite cause.
    • earnest and careful activity meant to do or accomplish anything
    • use of actual or emotional power; efforts
    • a notable accomplishment
    • a few actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end
    • using physical or psychological energy doing something; effort.
    • an arduous exertion of power or will: it had been an endeavor to get up.
    • A usually serious attempt: try and show up immediately.
    • anything done or produced through effort; an achievement: a play that was their best work.
    • Physics energy used against inertia.
    • The work involved in doing an action; effort.
    • An endeavour.
    • An exertion of power or energy, whether real or psychological, in doing an act or aiming at an object; almost strenuous undertaking; battle directed to the success of an object.
    • A force acting on a body in direction of its movement.
    • Voluntary effort; a putting forth of will, consciously directed toward the overall performance of any action, internal or external, and in most cases prepared by a psychological work of “gathering the strength” or coördination associated with the capabilities.
    • caused by effort; anything done-by voluntary exertion; especially, a literary, oratorical, or imaginative work.
    • In mech., a force upon a body because an absolute cause.
    • earnest and careful task meant to do or accomplish one thing
    • using physical or emotional power; dedication
    • a notable achievement
    • a series of activities advancing a principle or tending toward a certain end
  • verb:
    • In order to make an attempt.
    • To stimulate.
    • To make an attempt.
    • To stimulate.
  • verb-transitive:
    • To stimulate.
    • To stimulate.
  • others:
    • To strengthen; reinforce.
    • to bolster; reinforce.

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