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精力, せいりょく

  • seiryoku


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • energy
  • vigor
  • vigour
  • vitality

Examples of 精力,せいりょく in a Sentence

She addressed herself to the task.
His work absorbed all his energies.
Taking care of the boy is a great drain on her energies.
I consumed my whole energy.
I spent all my energy on that project.
All his energies were devoted to the experiment.
She devoted all her energy to studying Spanish.
I concentrated all my energies on the problem.
He went heart and soul into the work.
If you concentrate all your energies on the study of English, you will master the language.

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