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enérgico in English:

1. brisk


I was much brisker when I was young.
Business is brisk now and we are up to the elbows in orders.
He took a brisk walk to relax and think the problem over.
Gianini had planned her visit to Goteborg as a brisk
Active and energetic: a good brisk walk business appeared to be brisk
she adopted a brisk, businesslike tone// cold but pleasantly invigorating: the sea was shimmering and heaving beneath the brisk breeze
a brisk walk
I'm going for a brisk walk this afternoon to stretch my legs.
They consulted with Barris, then headed briskly into the forest.
a brisk walk; He set a brisk pace and we struggled to keep up; Her tone on the phone was brisk (= she spoke quickly and used few words); A brisk (= cold but pleasant) wind blew across the field.
It's invigorating to breathe the brisk, fresh mountain air.
Industrial activity is brisk.
Sales at the company zoomed thanks to brisk export demand, but profit did not keep up because of intense competition.
Sales are amazingly brisk.

English word "enérgico"(brisk) occurs in sets:

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2. spirited


spirited defence
Jo's arrival in Parliament was typically spirited.
I felt so spirited last Sunday.
He was spirited away by four police officers in the middle of the night.

English word "enérgico"(spirited) occurs in sets:

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