This man is very energetic.
An example of energetic is a person who works at full speed for 12 hours a day.
Origin of energeticClassical Greek energ?tikos
- Possessing, exerting, or displaying energy. See Synonyms at active.
- Of or relating to energy.
Origin of energeticGreek energētikos, from energein, to be active, from energos, active; see energy.
(comparative more energetic, superlative most energetic)
- Nouns to which "energetic" is often applied: person, man, woman, child, life, material, particle, ion, healing, anatomy, etc.
- Where non-English languages use an adjective analogous to "energetic", English often uses "energy" attributively: "energy efficiency" is much more common than "energetic efficiency".
From Ancient Greek ἐνεργητικός (energētikos), from ἐνεργέω (energeō, “to be active”), from ἐνεργός (energos, “active”)