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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishvibrantvi‧brant /ˈvaɪbrənt/ ●○○ adjective  1 ENERGETICfull of activity or energy in a way that is exciting and attractive syn lively Hong Kong is a vibrant, fascinating city. She was sixteen, young and vibrant.2 AVCCa vibrant colour is bright and strong a painting full of vibrant reds and bluesvibrancy noun [uncountable]vibrantly adverb
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vibrantIt is especially lively and vibrant.Neutral colors in their cubicles would soothe them, while sharp, vibrant colors would energize them in the public areas.In the forefront of this scene flutters the dress, incongruously vibrant despite its suggestion of loss.Disputes are inevitable in a dynamic society with changing mores and a vibrant economy.vibrant fall colorsHowever, Coleridge's poems are not all so vibrant or meditative.the vibrant reds and oranges of the leaves in autumnEven so, its vibrant rhythms and gorgeous costumes make it Mr Chen's most accessible film so far.The streets of the capital are vibrant with color.