Is something we all have but rarely take the steps to achieve.
- possible, as opposed to actual: the potential uses of nuclear energy.
- capable of being or becoming: a potential danger to safety.
- Grammar . expressing possibility: the potential subjunctive in Latin; the potential use of can in I can go.
- Archaic. potent1.
- possibility; potentiality: an investment that has little growth potential.
- a latent excellence or ability that may or may not be developed.
- Grammar .
- a potential aspect, mood, construction, case, etc.
- a form in the potential.
- Electricity , electric potential (def 1).
- Mathematics, Physics. a type of function from which the intensity of a field may be derived, usually by differentiation.
- someone or something that is considered a worthwhile possibility: The list of job applications has been narrowed to half a dozen potentials.