Definitions for vibrant
Here are all the possible meanings and translations of the word vibrant.
vigorous and animated
"a vibrant group that challenged the system"; "a charming and vivacious hostess"; "a vivacious folk dance"
of sounds that are strong and resonating
"the men's vibrant voices"
of colors that are bright and striking
Pulsing with energy or activity
He has a vibrant personality.
Lively and vigorous
Vibrating, resonant or resounding
Etymology: From vibrant, from vibrans, present participle of vibrare; see vibrate.
In phonetics, a vibrant is a class of consonant including taps and trills (a trill is "sometimes referred to as a vibrant consonant"). Spanish has two vibrants, /r/ and /ɾ/. The term is sometimes used when it is not clear whether the rhotic (r-sound) in a language is a tap or a trill.
vibrating; tremulous; resonant; as, vibrant drums
Etymology: [L. vibrans, p. pr.: cf. F. vibrant. See Vibrate.]
having a rapid motion to and fro.
The numerical value of vibrant in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of vibrant in Pythagorean Numerology is: 5
We haven’t been able to get that same vibrant color.
This vibrant part of the city became abandoned and then reoccupied by individuals who are predominantly poor and have very high rates of injection drug use, it's one gigantic shooting gallery.
The colours are absolutely vibrant, and (it is) ... probably one of the two or three most important works available now in private hands.
A fair and sustainable economic recovery is one that supports women's employment and unpaid care work through strong social safety nets and vibrant care infrastructures, recovery from Covid-19 is impossible without women recovering.
This generation sees letters as a very quaint, bygone thing that people used to do, but what they contain is some of the most extraordinary, most powerful sentiments and emotions because everything is more vibrant through the lens of warfare.
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- dynamisch, strahlend, vibrierend, lebenssprühend, schwingend, lebhaft, beschwingt, pulsierend, lebendig, kräftigGerman
- enerģisks, spirgts, možs, kustīgs, ņiprs, žirgts, mundrsLatvian
- levendig, energiek, kwiekDutch
- levende, pulserendeNorwegian
- резонирующий, живойRussian
- coşkun, hayat dolu, çınlayıcı, titreşen, enerjik, güçlü, ateşli, çınlayan, hareketli, canlı, titreşimliTurkish
- sôi độngVietnamese
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