kinetic energykinetic energy
A rollling ball has kinetic energy.
The energy that a ball has and produces as it rolls down a hill is an example of kinetic energy.
A bowling ball has kinetic energy when it is moving. When it strikes the pins, some of that energy is passed on to the pins.
(plural kinetic energies)
From Ancient Greek κινητικός (kinētikos, “kinetic”) + ενέργεια (energeia, “energy”).