• Definition for "energize"
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energize definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To give energy to; activate or invigorate: "His childhood—father in . . . prison, factory work as a boy—both haunted and energized him” ( Frank Conroy).
    • to produce with an electric powered present.
    • to offer strength or power to; to help make energetic; to alacrify.
    • to offer energy to; activate or invigorate: "His childhood—father in . . . jail, factory act as a boy—both haunted and stimulated him” ( Frank Conroy).
    • to provide with an electrical current.
    • to provide power or force to; which will make energetic; to alacrify.
    • To give energy to; activate or invigorate: "His childhood—father in . . . prison, factory work as a boy—both haunted and energized him” ( Frank Conroy).
    • to provide with a power current.
    • to offer strength or power to; to create active; to alacrify.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to produce or put-out power.
    • to make use of energy doing his thing; to behave or function with force or vitality; to act in creating an impact.
    • to produce or released power.
    • To use strength doing his thing; to do something or operate with power or vitality; to act in producing an effect.
    • to produce or put-out power.
    • To use energy for action; to behave or run with force or vigor; to do something in creating a result.
  • verb:
    • To stimulate, in order to make lively.
    • to produce with energy, particularly electricity. To make on power to some thing.
    • raise to a greater energy level
    • cause to be aware and energetic
    • To stimulate, to create lively.
    • To supply with energy, specially electricity. To make in power to one thing.
    • raise to an increased vitality
    • cause to be alert and lively
    • To invigorate, in order to make energetic.
    • To supply with power, especially electrical energy. To show on power to something.
    • raise to an increased energy level
    • cause to be alert and lively
  • others:
    • To endow with energy; provide active force or strength to; make vigorous.
    • to do something with energy or force; run with vigor; work in creating an effect.
    • Also spelled energise.
    • To endow with energy; provide energetic power or power to; make vigorous.
    • To act with power or power; run with vigor; act in creating an impact.
    • Also spelled energise.
    • To endow with power; impart active power or strength to; make vigorous.
    • to do something with energy or force; operate with vigor; work in producing an impact.
    • In addition spelled energise.
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