English to Maori Meaning of energy - pūngao

Energy :

pūngao, kaha, puku, ërä, korohū, äta, konä i, Hihikotanga, mura, pōro, mana, Brawn, tinana, tika, umeraa, whiti, mahi, whakahaputia, āheinga, ngakau nui, taranata

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Definitions of energy in English
Noun(1) (physics(2) forceful exertion(3) enterprising or ambitious drive(4) an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing(5) a healthy capacity for vigorous activity(6) any source of usable power(7) the federal department responsible for maintaining a national energy policy of the United States; created in 1977
Examples of energy in English
(1) don't waste your energy with it(2) At the same time, there is a increase in the efficiency with which energy is converted to heat.(3) a collision in which no energy is transferred(4) What I was about to do would require a lot of energy , stamina, and vocal power.(5) These convert infrared, ultraviolet and visible light into energy at a higher efficiency.(6) Why not have a look at the real solutions such as renewable power sources and better energy efficiency?(7) Diane would have made me go anyway, and I didn't posses enough mental or physical energy to put up a fight.(8) Commentators explained that this gave them instant and sustained energy .(9) If you think there is no way of having the energy and strength you desire, think again.(10) The main modifiable factors affecting energy balance are dietary energy intake and energy expended through physical activity.(11) That means that regardless of how much energy the electron has, it could never hope to be able to exit the box.(12) Their strategy was for the first round to rely heavily on nuclear electricity and energy efficiency.(13) I'm really looking forward to working in London - so much energy and activity on the doorstep.(14) I'm delighted that our local communities and voluntary groups are taking the lead on renewable energy for lighting and heating.(15) thermal energy(16) Why is that electrons radiate electromagnetic energy when they are accelerated?
Related Phrases of energy
(1) solar energy ::
pūngao kōmaru
(2) renewable energy ::
pūngao whakahou
(3) nuclear energy ::
pūngao karihi
(4) energy drink ::
inu pūngao
(5) energy source ::
pūtake pūngao
(6) kinetic energy ::
pūngao neke
(7) wind energy ::
pūngao hau
(8) energy saving ::
whakaora pūngao
(9) energy efficiency ::
pai pūngao
(10) energy consumption ::
kohi pūngao
1. vitality ::
2. free energy ::
pūngao free
3. vigor ::
4. push ::
5. vim ::
6. doe ::
1. lethargy ::
Different Forms
energies, energize, energizes, energy
Word Example from TV Shows
of your time and energy to it.

of your time and ENERGY to it.

The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 13

And the energy savings.
I mean...

WALT: And the ENERGY savings. I mean...

Breaking Bad Season 2, Episode 10

So your mirth is merely a discharge
of nervous energy...

So your mirth is merely a discharge of nervous ENERGY...

The Big Bang Theory Season 4, Episode 23

"The Effect of High Energy Muons on Proton Pion Scattering

The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 9

Yeah, but research into dark energy

Yeah, but research into dark ENERGY proved...

The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 1

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