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vital Saltos de línea: vital
Pronunciación: /ˈvʌɪt(ə)l/

Definición de vital en inglés:

adjetivo

1Absolutely necessary; essential: secrecy is of vital importance it is vital that the system is regularly maintained
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • ‘The role of the priest is absolutely vital to the Church and the welfare of priests would be one of my primary concerns,’ he said.
  • Therefore the hygienic handling and production of feed is absolutely vital to ensure safe food.
  • They say a new school is absolutely vital to the town and that if it is not delivered that well over 100 pupils may be turned away from primary schools in as little as three years time.
Sinónimos
essential, indispensable, crucial, key, necessary, needed, required, requisite, important, all-important, of the utmost importance, of great consequence, of the essence, critical, life-and-death, imperative, mandatory, urgent, pressing, burning, compelling, acute, paramount, pre-eminent, high-priority, significant, consequential
informalearth-shattering, world-shaking
1.1Indispensable to the continuance of life: the vital organs
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This procedure uses artificial extracorporeal circulation to provide oxygenated blood to vital organs while the heart is stopped.
  • Thus they became, in effect, extensions of the host itself - as indispensable as a vital organ.
  • Blood pressure and blood flow to vital organs drop suddenly.
Sinónimos
life-preserving, life-sustaining, basic, fundamental, essential, necessary;
major, main, chief, key, prime
2Full of energy; lively: a beautiful, vital girl
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This is said to balance the flow of vital energy (Qi, pronounced ‘chee’) in the body and regulate the function of the inner organs.
  • In this two-day course you will learn to harness and channel this vital energy to help yourself, family, friends, community and world situations.
  • He said there was an ancient ritual where a beautiful young girl would be asked to go down a mine that was running low in ore so she could ‘transmit her vital energy to Mother Earth’.
Sinónimos
lively, energetic, active, sprightly, spry, animated, spirited, high-spirited, vivacious, exuberant, bouncy, enthusiastic, vibrant, zestful, sparkling, dynamic, vigorous, full of vim and vigour, forceful, fiery, lusty, hale and hearty, in fine fettle
informalgo-getting, zippy, peppy, feisty, spunky, raring to go, full of beans, bright-eyed and bushy-tailed
North American chipper
3 archaic Fatal: the wound is vital

sustantivo

(vitals) Volver al principio  
The body’s important internal organs: he felt the familiar knot contract in his vitals
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • This is the energy that keeps your heart beating and your lungs breathing, the vitals.
  • The white plates are composed of a very tough but light titanium alloy that provides a good deal of extra protection to the body's vitals.
  • The patient's vitals remained stable and blood loss was monitored closely during the procedure.

Derivados

vitally

1
Pronunciación: /ˈvʌɪt(ə)li/
adverbio
[as submodifier]: eating sensibly is vitally important for health
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  • Such freedoms, and space for democratic organisation, are vitally important.
  • That tactic has harmed the honest debate of an issue vitally important to this country.
  • Remember, too, that while setting goals is vitally important, your goals need to be realistic.

Origen

Late Middle English (describing the animating principle of living beings, also in sense 2 of the adjective): via Old French from Latin vitalis, from vita 'life'. The sense 'essential' dates from the early 17th century.

Más
  • Latin vita ‘life’ is the source of vital and also of vitamin. Medieval senses relate to the force or energy that is in all living things. A later meaning ‘essential to life’ evolved for anything regarded as essential, such as the vital organs, also known as the vitals from the early 17th century. Vital statistics are usually understood now as the measurements of a woman's bust, waist, and hips. This meaning has only been around since the 1950s, and for more than a hundred years before that vital statistics were just the numbers of births, marriages, and deaths in a population. See also artery

Palabras que riman con vital

entitle, mistitle, recital, requital, title

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