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Momentum can refer to the force or power gained by a moving object, or the impetus or driving force behind a process or development. It is often used to describe the continuous progress or increasing importance of something.

Parts of Speech:

  • Noun


  1. The quantity of motion of a moving body, measured as a product of its mass and velocity.
  2. The impetus or driving force gained by an object or course of events.
  3. Continuous progress or increasing importance of a process or development.

Sample Sentences:

  1. The soccer ball had so much momentum that it crossed the entire field.
  2. After winning their first game, the team gained momentum and went on to win the whole tournament.
  3. The momentum of the stock market rally slowed down as investors became cautious.
  4. There is a growing momentum behind the implementation of renewable energy sources.

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