a objects that can not move with out a type of force
The definition above "objects that can not move without a type of force" is incorrect.
Macquarie Dictionary states: 1. to give life to; make alive 2. to make lively, 3. to encourage 4. to move to action (ie He was animated by religious faith.) 5. Alive or possessing life. Even the definition 'to move to action' does not really cover an object being, or not being able to move with out having force applied to it. Motivate would be a good synonym to the 'move to action' defination. The Latin root of animate is 'animus' which means alive or spirit. If a single sentence definition is required it would be more accurate to define animate as: "an object that is alive"
An animate object is one that moves around under its own power.
A photograph is not an animable object because it does can not animate. A video is animable, because the video can and does animate.
potential energy is not an object; it is an idea that all objects have energy that can be released
An animate object is anything living ex. an animal, a person, a plant etc. An inanimate object is anything without life ex. a baseball bat, a fork, a lamp etc.
you would classify a living thing as a bio or and animate object
If your hair is attached to you and you are an animate object than no but if your hair was not attached to you (fell out) than I guess it would be inanimate. :)
No animate object in the world can come back from the dead.
Land (rock) is not an animate object and therefore is not part of a food web.
Animate was created in 1983.
the root words for animate
She began to animate her feelings through words.The way they animate their movies is amazing.