energy意思是：精力; 活力; 幹勁; 力量; 能源;energy的發音有兩種：英 [‘enədʒi] 美 [‘enərdʒi]。
produce energy 產生能量
provide energy for 為…提供能量
reduce energy 減少能量
store up energy 貯存能量
use the energy 利用能量
devote one's energy to 致力於
direct one's energy to 致力於
have much energy 精力充沛
pour energy into 把精力傾註於
work with energy 努力工作
youthful energy 年輕人的活力
heat energy 熱能
light energy 光能
solar energy 太陽能
energy sources 能源
a burst of energy 一股勁
quantity of energy 能量
sources of energy 能源
sound energy 聲能
Young people usually have more energy than the old.
Don't waste your time and energy on trifles.
Auckland is a city full of energy.
The industry felt the effects of the energy crisis.
He gave a lecture on the use of solar energy.
The manager listened carefully to Edison's plan and admired him for his energy and enthusiasm.
She is blessed with immense talent and boundless energy.
He didn't know how to blow off his superfluous energy.
Since you are going to fight a hard battle, now you should conserve your strength and store up your energy.
They invested time and energy in the election campaign.
He was always overflowing with energy.
The lads' energy pleased him but their recklessness worried him.
They poured their energies into religious reform.
It was found necessary to retire several generals who lacked energy and enterprise.
She flung all her energy〔energies〕 into her work.
Plants absorb energy from the sun.
The energy released by the chain reaction is transformed into heat.
We'll bend to translating a book on atomic energy.
The fuel shortage awoke the country to the need for developing atomic energy.