[ ak-tiv-i-tee ]
/ ækˈtɪv ɪ ti /
noun, plural ac·tiv·i·ties.
the state or quality of being active: There was not much activity in the stock market today. He doesn't have enough physical activity in his life.
a specific deed, action, function, or sphere of action: social activities.
work, especially in elementary grades at school, that involves direct experience by the student rather than textbook study.
energetic activity; animation; liveliness.
a use of energy or force; an active movement or operation.
normal mental or bodily power, function, or process.
Physical Chemistry. the capacity of a substance to react, corrected for the loss of reactivity due to the interaction of its constituents.
- the number of atoms of a radioactive substance that disintegrate per unit of time, usually expressed in curies.
an organizational unit or the function it performs.
Related formsnon·ac·tiv·i·ty, noun, plural non·ac·tiv·i·ties.pre·ac·tiv·i·ty, noun, plural pre·ac·tiv·i·ties.su·per·ac·tiv·i·ty, noun, plural su·per·ac·tiv·i·ties.
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British Dictionary definitions for activity's
/ (ækˈtɪvɪtɪ) /
noun plural -ties
the state or quality of being active
lively action or movement
any specific deed, action, pursuit, etcrecreational activities
the number of disintegrations of a radioactive substance in a given unit of time, usually expressed in curies or disintegrations per second
- the capacity of a substance to undergo chemical change
- the effective concentration of a substance in a chemical system. The absolute activity of a substance B, λ B, is defined as exp (μ B RT) where μ B is the chemical potential
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Medicine definitions for activity's
[ ăk-tĭv′ĭ-tē ]
A physiological process.
The presence of neurogenic electrical energy in electroencephalography.
An ideal concentration for which the law of mass action will apply perfectly.
The intensity of a radioactive source.
The ability to take part in a chemical reaction.
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