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vital
'vaɪtəl
Main
English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Manifesting or characteristic of life.
  2. Full of spirit.
  3. Performing an essential function in the living body.
  4. Urgently needed; absolutely necessary.
Hyphenationvi•tal
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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重要zhòngyàoimportant; significant; major
生命shēngmìnglife; living; biological
充满活力的chōngmǎnhuólì devibrant
充满活力chōngmǎn huólìfull of vitality
生死攸关shēngsǐ yōuguānmatter of life and death
致命zhìmìngfatal; mortal; deadly; to sacrifice one's life
有活力yǒu huólìenergetic; vital
至关重要zhì guān zhòngyàoextremely important; vital; crucial; essential
yàoimportant; vital; to want; to ask for; will; going to (as future auxiliary); may; must; (used in a comparison) must be; probably; if
紧要jǐnyàocritical; crucial; vital
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