04635631-n 'a disposition to remain inactive or inert';
Catalan inactivitat , inèrcia
Greek αδράνεια
English inertia1 , inactivity () , inactiveness ( )
Basque inertzia , gelditasun
Farsi جبر , رکود , سکون
Finnish joutilaisuus , velttous , toimettomuus
French inertie , inactivité
Croatian pasivnost , nepokretnost , bezvoljnost , neaktivnost , inercija , tromost
Italian inoperosità , inerzia , inazione
Japanese 不活発 , 不活溌
Dutch inertie , traagheid
Polish pasywność , nieaktywność
Portuguese inércia
Romanian inactivitate , inerție , pasivitate
Slovene nedelavnost , inercija
Spanish inercia
Thai ความเฉื่อย , ความเฉื่อยเนือย
Definitions
Italian
l'essere inoperoso
Japanese
非活動的または不活発なままでいる傾向 ― 彼は、彼の慣性に打ち勝って、仕事に戻らなければならなかった
Romanian
dispoziția de a rămâne inactiv sau inert
Greek
η κατάσταση εκείνου που δεν ενεργεί ή δε δραστηριοποιείται, η ανικανότητα ή η έλλειψη διάθεσης για δράση, ενέργεια.
English
a disposition to remain inactive or inert ― he had to overcome his inertia and get back to work
Relations
Hyponym: indolence languor passivity restfulness
Hypernym: trait
Antonym: activeness
Semantic Field: attributen
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SUMO: ⊂ BiologicalAttribute

TempoWN: (Past: 0.000; Present: 0.992; Future: 0.002)

SentiWN: (+0.00 -0.38) MLSentiCon: (+0.12 -0.62)


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