energise : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v raise to a higher energy level
- v cause to be alert and energetic
News & Articles
- United fight back, Suarez slays West Brom
London (AFP) - Manchester United belatedly rediscovered their famous fighting spirit by roaring back from behind to beat Stoke City 3-2 on Saturday and re-energise their Premier League title defence.
Oct. 26, 2013 - AFP via Yahoo! News
- Mark Regev in AsiaNews.it
In talking about the first visit by an Arab League delegation, Mark Regev, a spokesman for the Israeli foreign ministry, said: "They will be talking about how the Arab peace proposal can help energise the rapprochement between Israel and the...
- Andrew Adamson in BBC News
Director Andrew Adamson said: "People say not to work with children but I highly recommend it. They energise you, on those days on set when you're tired, they are not. They give you the energy back."
- Ban Ki-moon in France24
Ban sees "a renewed dynamism in diplomacy in the Arab world" and wants to "express his support to ongoing efforts to re-energise the Middle East peace process", UN spokeswoman Michele Montas said Monday.