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- n. A person who, or a thing which energizes
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who, or that which, gives energy, or acts in producing an effect.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who or that which gives energy, or acts in producing an effect. Also spelled energiser.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a device that supplies electrical energy
- n. someone who imparts energy and vitality and spirit to other people
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Also, studies show, you're more likely to feel good about yourself, and not only that, being considered an "energizer" makes you more likely to win a positive work evaluation.
Alpha lipoic acid - a brain 'energizer', according to Dr. Summers, the maker of Stemulite.
Much like Urth or Pastis, this café would become the morning, noon, and night energizer bunny of Melrose Place, a constant touch point of bustling and contagious life on the street.
Much like Urth or Pastis, this cafÃ© would become the morning, noon, and night energizer bunny of Melrose Place, a constant touch point of bustling and contagious life on the street.
The congresswoman friends called "the energizer bunny" has had a full week:•On Sunday, she and her husband, Mark Kelly, released the first public photos of Giffords since the shooting.
SEC is not my favorite regulator and their fines on the big Wall Street banks have not been commensurate with the crimes, but compared to the U.S. Justice Department, SEC regulators have been veritable energizer bunnies, extracting billions in fines.
If it gets a hold of PHM remains it will kick the energizer bunny's ass and keep going and going and ...
When they analyzed networks of co-workers, knowing whether someone was considered an "energizer" and a "de-energizer" shed a great deal of light on how networks worked, and how productive various people managed to be.
This Wednesday: Quiz -- Are you an "energizer" or a "de-energizer" at work?
She has strong stage presence, and the demeanor of an energizer bunny.