Synsets for "activity"

Synset: activity.n.01

Synonyms: activity

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: any specific behavior

Examples: they avoided all recreational activity

Lemmas: activity

Hypernym: act

Hyponym: acting aid attempt behavior behavior burst buzz calibration ceremony ceremony concealment continuance control creation cup_of_tea demand dismantling diversion domesticity education energizing enjoyment follow-up fun game grouping lamentation last laughter leadership liveliness market measurement music mystification negotiation occupation occupation operation operation operation organization perturbation placement pleasure politics practice precession preparation procedure protection provision puncture release representation role search sensory_activity service sin solo space_walk support support timekeeping training turn use variation verbalization waste work works worship writing wrongdoing

Antonyms: inactivity

    

Synset: action.n.02

Synonyms: action

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the state of being active

Examples: his sphere of activity | he is out of action

Lemmas: action activity activeness

Hypernym: state

Hyponym: agency behavior busyness eruption operation overdrive play swing

Antonyms: inaction inactivity inactiveness

    

Synset: bodily_process.n.01

Synonyms: bodily_process

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: an organic process that takes place in the body

Examples: respiratory activity

Lemmas: bodily_process body_process bodily_function activity

Hypernym: organic_process

Hyponym: ablactation anastalsis breath breathing consumption control crying discharge expectoration festering healing hypostasis insemination lacrimation lactation opsonization overactivity peristalsis perspiration phagocytosis pinocytosis placentation psilosis reaction respiration sexual_activity sleeping tanning transpiration

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Synset: activity.n.04

Synonyms: activity

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: (chemistry) the capacity of a substance to take part in a chemical reaction

Examples: catalytic activity

Lemmas: activity

Hypernym: capability

Hyponym:

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Synset: natural_process.n.01

Synonyms: natural_process

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: a process existing in or produced by nature (rather than by the intent of human beings)

Examples: the action of natural forces | volcanic activity

Lemmas: natural_process natural_action action activity

Hypernym: process

Hyponym: absorption acidification adiabatic_process aeration antiredeposition capture capture centrifugation chemical_process chromatography concretion condensation convection curdling decay demagnetization desorption diffusion dissolution distillation drift effervescence electrophoresis establishment extinction extraction feedback filtration flocculation flow formation fossilization geological_process hardening inactivation ion_exchange ionization leach magnetization materialization nuclear_reaction opacification oscillation oxygenation pair_production phase_change precession_of_the_equinoxes radiation release saltation scattering sericulture sink soak softening sorption source stiffening stimulation succession survival synergy temperature_change transduction transpiration vitrification

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Synset: activeness.n.02

Synonyms: activeness

Part of Speech: NOUN

Definition: the trait of being active; moving or acting rapidly and energetically

Examples: the level of activity declines with age

Lemmas: activeness activity

Hypernym: trait

Hyponym: animation dynamism

Antonyms: inactiveness

    

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