vital

adj.
1 vital.
ciclo vital life cycle
2 full of life, vivacious (person).
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vital
adjetivo
1 (de la vida) vital
2 figurado (esencial) essential, vital
3 (persona) lively, full of vitality
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FRASEOLOGÍA
órgano vital vital organ
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adj.
vital
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ADJ
1) (=de la vida) life [antes de s]

fuerza vital — life force

espacio vital — living space

2) (=fundamental) vital

es vital que haya unidad en el partido — party unity is vital

de importancia vital — vitally important

3) (=enérgico) vital, full of vitality
4) (Anat) vital

órganos vitales — vital organs

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adjetivo
1) (fundamental) vital

de vital importancia — of vital importance

bombardearon puntos vitales — they bombarded strategic o key points

2)
a) (Biol, Med) <órgano> vital (before n)
b) <persona> dynamic, full of life
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= critical, paramount, vital, mission critical [mission-critical], supreme.
Ex. Needless to say, this technique is relatively slow but can be valuable if retrieval speed is not critical.
Ex. Practice is paramount.
Ex. The pressures of the marketplace mean that any vital facility must be offered by all of the major hosts.
Ex. Effectiveness is often measured as the resultant quality of mission critical products of the institution = A menudo la eficacia se mide como la calidad resultante de los productos esenciales de la institución.
Ex. The need for organic, in-depth and timely access to legal information is of supreme importance.
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* ciclo vital = life cycle [lifecycle/life-cycle].
* de vital importancia = vitally important.
* energía vital = life force.
* espacio vital = life-space.
* factor vital = vital factor.
* fuerza vital = life force.
* función vital = vital role.
* órgano vital = vital organ.
* papel vital = vital role.
* ser de importancia vital = lie at + the heart of.
* testamento vital = living will.
* vital + Nombre = vitally + Adjetivo.
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adjetivo
1) (fundamental) vital

de vital importancia — of vital importance

bombardearon puntos vitales — they bombarded strategic o key points

2)
a) (Biol, Med) <órgano> vital (before n)
b) <persona> dynamic, full of life
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= critical, paramount, vital, mission critical [mission-critical], supreme.

Ex: Needless to say, this technique is relatively slow but can be valuable if retrieval speed is not critical.

Ex: Practice is paramount.
Ex: The pressures of the marketplace mean that any vital facility must be offered by all of the major hosts.
Ex: Effectiveness is often measured as the resultant quality of mission critical products of the institution = A menudo la eficacia se mide como la calidad resultante de los productos esenciales de la institución.
Ex: The need for organic, in-depth and timely access to legal information is of supreme importance.
* ciclo vital = life cycle [lifecycle/life-cycle].
* de vital importancia = vitally important.
* energía vital = life force.
* espacio vital = life-space.
* factor vital = vital factor.
* fuerza vital = life force.
* función vital = vital role.
* órgano vital = vital organ.
* papel vital = vital role.
* ser de importancia vital = lie at + the heart of.
* testamento vital = living will.
* vital + Nombre = vitally + Adjetivo.

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vital
adjective
A (fundamental) vital
un tema de vital importancia a matter of vital importance, an extremely important matter
colocaron barricadas en puntos vitales they set up barricades at strategic o key points
B
1 (Biol, Med) ‹órgano› vital (before n)
2 ‹persona› dynamic, vital, full of life
C
(CS) (que da para vivir): un sueldo vital a living wage
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vital adjetivo
1 (fundamental) vital;
de vital importancia of vital importance

2
a) (Biol, Med) ‹órganovital (before n)

b)personadynamic, full of life

vital adjetivo
1 Biol (un órgano, etc) vital
ciclo vital, life cycle
2 (persona dinámica) full of life, lively
3 (de extrema importancia) tu ayuda es de vital importancia para mí, your help is vital to me
'vital' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
elemento
- espacio
- imperiosa
- imperioso
- vida
- viva
- vivo
- constante
English:
lifeblood
- vital
- vital statistics
- vitally
- keep
- life
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vital adj
1. [órgano, función] vital;
energía vital vital o life energy;
un instinto vital a vital instinct
2. [esencial] vital;
su testimonio es vital en este juicio her testimony is vital to this trial;
es de vital importancia que vengas it is vitally important for you to come
3. [lleno de vitalidad] full of life, vivacious
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vital
adj
1 vital
2 persona lively
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vital adj
1) : vital
2) : lively, dynamic
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vital adj
1. (de la vida) vital / life
órganos vitales vital organs
2. (esencial) vital
su ayuda fue vital his help was vital
3. (dinámico) full of life
una mujer vital y optimista she's optimistic and full of life

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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