Vitality

  • 1Vitality — Vi*tal i*ty (?; 277), n. [L. vitalitas: cf. F. vitalit[ e].] The quality or state of being vital; the principle of life; vital force; animation; as, the vitality of eggs or vegetable seeds; the vitality of an enterprise. [1913 Webster] …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 2vitality — index ardor, force (strength), health, prowess (bravery), puissance, spirit, strength …

    Law dictionary

  • 3vitality — (n.) 1590s, from L. vitalitas, from vitalis pertaining to life (see VITAL (Cf. vital)) …

    Etymology dictionary

  • 4vitality — [n] energy, spirit animation, ardor, audacity, bang, being, bloom, bounce, clout, continuity, drive, endurance, existence, exuberance, fervor, force, get up and go*, go, guts*, intensity, life, liveliness, lustiness, pep, pizzazz*, power, pulse,… …

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  • 5vitality — ► NOUN 1) the state of being strong and active. 2) the power giving continuance of life, present in all living things …

    English terms dictionary

  • 6vitality — [vī tal′ə tē] n. pl. vitalities [L vitalitas] 1. VITAL FORCE 2. power to live or go on living 3. power, as of an institution, to endure or survive 4. mental or physical vigor; energy …

    English World dictionary

  • 7vitality — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ enormous, great, sheer, tremendous ▪ You have to admire the sheer vitality of his performance. ▪ renewed ▪ continued …

    Collocations dictionary

  • 8vitality — vi|tal|i|ty [vaıˈtælıti] n [U] 1.) great energy and eagerness to do things ▪ Despite her eighty years, Elsie was full of vitality. 2.) the strength and ability of an organization, country etc to continue ▪ The process of restructuring has… …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 9vitality — /vuy tal i tee/, n., pl. vitalities. 1. exuberant physical strength or mental vigor: a person of great vitality. 2. capacity for survival or for the continuation of a meaningful or purposeful existence: the vitality of an institution. 3. power to …

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  • 10vitality — [[t]vaɪtæ̱lɪti[/t]] N UNCOUNT If you say that someone or something has vitality, you mean that they have great energy and liveliness. Without continued learning, graduates will lose their intellectual vitality... Mr Li said China s reforms had… …

    English dictionary

  • 11vitality — vi|tal|i|ty [ vaı tæləti ] noun uncount 1. ) energy or enthusiasm: Regular exercise can improve health and vitality. 2. ) the quality of being exciting or successful: Tourism is important to the economic vitality of the region …

    Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • 12vitality — noun (U) 1 great energy and cheerfulness: Despite her eighty years Elsie was full of vitality. 2 the ability of an organization, country etc to continue working effectively: The process of restructuring has injected some much needed vitality into …

    Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • 13vitality — vi•tal•i•ty [[t]vaɪˈtæl ɪ ti[/t]] n. 1) exuberant physical or mental vigor: a person of great vitality[/ex] 2) capacity for survival or for the continuation of a meaningful or purposeful existence: the vitality of an institution[/ex] 3) power to… …

    From formal English to slang

  • 14vitality — noun the bright weather has revived my vitality Syn: liveliness, life, energy, spirit, vivacity, exuberance, buoyancy, bounce, élan, verve, vim, pep, brio, zest, sparkle, dynamism, passion, fire, vigor …

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  • 15vitality — UK [vaɪˈtælətɪ] / US noun [uncountable] 1) energy, or enthusiasm 2) the quality of being exciting or successful Tourism is important to the economic vitality of the region …

    English dictionary

  • 16vitality — /vaɪˈtæləti / (say vuy taluhtee) noun (plural vitalities) 1. exuberant physical vigour; energy; enthusiastic vivacity: of terrific vitality. 2. vital force. 3. the principle of life. 4. power to live, or physical strength as a condition of life.… …

    Australian-English dictionary

  • 17vitality — gyvybingumas statusas T sritis augalininkystė apibrėžtis Fiziologinė organizmo charakteristika, apimanti jo medžiagų apykaitos intensyvumą, tuo pačiu augimą ir gyvenimo trukmę, esant geriausioms aplinkos sąlygoms. atitikmenys: angl. vitality rus …

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  • 18vitality — noun (plural ties) Date: 1592 1. a. the peculiarity distinguishing the living from the nonliving b. capacity to live and develop; also physical or mental vigor especially when highly developed 2. a. power of enduring b. lively and animated… …

    New Collegiate Dictionary

  • 19Vitality — …

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  • 20vitality — noun a) The capacity to live and develop b) Energy or vigour See Also: devive, revive, survive, viable, vital …

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