vital

vital
adjective
1) (essential; of the greatest importance: Speed is vital to the success of our plan; It is vital that we arrive at the hospital soon.) vital
2) (lively and energetic: a vital person/personality.) vital
vital adj vital / imprescindible
this is of vital importance esto es de una importancia vital

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
vital
tr['vaɪtəl]
adjective
1 vital
2 (essential) esencial, imprescindible
plural noun
1 órganos nombre masculino plural vitales
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SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
of vital importance de suma importancia
vital organ órgano vital
vital signs señales nombre femenino plural de vida
vital statistics datos nombre masculino plural demográficos 2 familiar medidas nombre femenino plural
Marilyn's vital statistics made her famous las medidas de Marilyn la hicieron famosa
vital ['vaɪt̬əl] adj
1) : vital
vital organs: órganos vitales
2) crucial: esencial, crucial, decisivo
of vital importance: de suma importancia
3) lively: enérgico, lleno de vida, vital
vital
adj.
enérgico, -a adj.
esencial adj.
vital adj.
'vaɪtḷ
adjective
1)
a) (essential) <equipment/supplies> esencial, fundamental

to be vital TO somebody/something — ser* de vital or fundamental importancia para alguien/algo

b) (crucial, decisive) <factor/issue> decisivo, de vital importancia

a matter of vital importance — un asunto de vital importancia

c) (necessary for life) <organ/function> vital
2) (vigorous) <person> vital, lleno de vitalidad or de vida
['vaɪtl]
1. ADJ
1) (=crucial) [part, component, element] vital, indispensable; [ingredient] esencial, indispensable, imprescindible; [factor] decisivo; [link, role] fundamental; [question] vital; [information] vital, esencial

it is vital to keep accurate records — es imprescindible or esencial llevar un registro detallado

is it really vital for her to have a new dress? — ¿es realmente imprescindible que se compre un vestido nuevo?

it is vital that this be kept secret — es esencial que se mantenga en secreto

to be of vital importance (to sth/sb) — ser de suma or vital importancia (para algo/algn)

at the vital moment — en el momento crítico or clave

these meetings are vital to a successful outcome — estas reuniones son esenciales para un resultado positivo

2) (=dynamic) [person, organization] vital, lleno de vitalidad

vital spark — chispa f vital

3) (Physiol) [organ, function] vital
2.
N
vitals (Anat) esp hum (=internal organs) órganos mpl vitales; (=male genitals) órganos mpl sexuales, partes fpl hum
3.
CPD

vital signs NPL — (Med) signos mpl vitales

vital statistics NPL — (Sociol) estadísticas fpl demográficas; * [of woman's body] medidas fpl

* * *
['vaɪtḷ]
adjective
1)
a) (essential) <equipment/supplies> esencial, fundamental

to be vital TO somebody/something — ser* de vital or fundamental importancia para alguien/algo

b) (crucial, decisive) <factor/issue> decisivo, de vital importancia

a matter of vital importance — un asunto de vital importancia

c) (necessary for life) <organ/function> vital
2) (vigorous) <person> vital, lleno de vitalidad or de vida

English-spanish dictionary. 2013.

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