Definitions for VITALˈvaɪt l
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word VITAL
urgently needed; absolutely necessary
"a critical element of the plan"; "critical medical supplies"; "vital for a healthy society"; "of vital interest"
performing an essential function in the living body
"vital organs"; "blood and other vital fluids"; "the loss of vital heat in shock"; "a vital spot"; "life-giving love and praise"
full of life, lively, vital(adj)
full of spirit
"a dynamic full of life woman"; "a vital and charismatic leader"; "this whole lively world"
manifesting or characteristic of life
"a vital, living organism"; "vital signs"
Relating to, or characteristic of life.
Necessary to the continuation of life; being the seat of life; being that on which life depends.
The brain is a vital organ.
Invigorating or life-giving.
The sunu2019s vital radiation.
Necessary to continued existence.
The transition to farming was vital for the creation of civilisation.
Relating to the recording of life events.
Birth, marriage and death certificates are vital records.
It is vital that you don't forget to do your homework.
belonging or relating to life, either animal or vegetable; as, vital energies; vital functions; vital actions
contributing to life; necessary to, or supporting, life; as, vital blood
containing life; living
being the seat of life; being that on which life depends; mortal
very necessary; highly important; essential
capable of living; in a state to live; viable
a vital part; one of the vitals
Origin: [F., fr. L. vitalis, fr. vita life; akin to vivere to live. See Vivid.]
Vital is Van der Graaf Generator's first live album, recorded at the Marquee Club. Vital was recorded 16 January 1978, and released in July, one month after the band played at the Kohfidish Festival in Austria which, excluding one-off reunions, would be the band's last concert until 2005. The album was credited under the truncated name Van der Graaf, like the previous year's The Quiet Zone/The Pleasure Dome, and featured the same line-up plus newcomer cellist Charles Dickie, who had officially joined the band in August 1977. Original saxophonist David Jackson, who had left before in early 1977 partially due to original organist Hugh Banton's departure, re-joined the band for this recording. The European release was a double LP on Charisma Records, ref'ed CVL0D101; the US release on double vinyl LP was on PVC Records, PVC 9901. The album was originally issued twice in the UK, first with the entire 2LP track listing on the cover and label, but only actually containing sides one and two, and then reissued restoring some of the songs from sides three and four and correcting the cover and label. The entire double CD version was only issued in Japan. This version had a booklet with incorrect lyrics. In 2005 a remastered double CD version which restored the omitted tracks was released, as part of a Van der Graaf Generator reissue series.
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Rank popularity for the word 'VITAL' in Adjectives Frequency: #268
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
Poetry comes nearer to vital truth than history.
The world is the sum-total of our vital possibilities.
As vital as the Arctic and Antarctic, it is the Third Pole.
To become a 'normal country', an intelligence agency is vital.
The will to win is important, but the will to prepare is vital.
Translations for VITAL
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- vitalCatalan, Valencian
- životně důležitýCzech
- olennainen, tärkeä, elämäkerrallinen, elintärkeä, elin-, vitaaliFinnish
- 생명의, 중요한Korean
- essentieel, vitaalDutch
- livsoppholdende, vital, livsviktig, kjempeviktig, levendeNorwegian
- необходимый, насущный, демографический, жизненно важный, животворный, жизненныйRussian
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