what is difference between energise and stimulate
- energize (US)
energise (third-person singular simple present energises, present participle energising, simple past and past participle energised)
- (British spelling) Alternative form of energize
- energies, greenies, reseeing, resignee
Borrowed from Latin stimulātus, perfect passive participle of stimulō (“goad on”), from Latin stimulus (“goad”).
- IPA(key): /ˈstɪmjʊleɪt/
stimulate (third-person singular simple present stimulates, present participle stimulating, simple past and past participle stimulated)
- To encourage into action.
- To arouse an organism to functional activity.
- (encourage): encourage, induce, incite, provoke; see also Thesaurus:incite
- (arouse): animate, arouse, energize, energise, excite, perk up; see also Thesaurus:enliven
- (arouse): de-energize, sedate, stifle
- multiseat, mutilates, ultimates
- present adverbial passive participle of stimuli
- second-person plural present active imperative of stimulō