Kinetic ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Kinetic ( adjective )

  1. Relating to or involving movement.
  2. Relating to the motion of objects in relation to energy and force.
  3. Having energy in motion, especially movement potential.

Origin:

From latin 'kinēticus' which comes from greek 'kinein' meaning 'to move'.

Examples:

  1. The kinetic energy of the moving object can be calculated using the formula for velocity.
  2. A kinetic sculpture uses mechanical movements to create art.
  3. The kinetic design of the car creates a unique driving experience.
  4. The dancer's kinetic movements were mesmerizing to watch.
  5. The kinetic energy of the system is conserved during the collision.

(As a noun)

Kinetic ( noun )

  1. Relating to or involving movement.
  2. Relating to the motion of objects in relation to energy and force.
  3. Having energy in motion, especially movement potential.

Origin:

From latin 'kinēticus' which comes from greek 'kinein' meaning 'to move'.

Examples:

  1. The kinetic energy of the moving object can be calculated using the formula for velocity.
  2. A kinetic sculpture uses mechanical movements to create art.
  3. The kinetic design of the car creates a unique driving experience.
  4. The dancer's kinetic movements were mesmerizing to watch.
  5. The kinetic energy of the system is conserved during the collision.
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