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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Latin
Origin: , present participle of vibrare; VIBRATE

vibrant

adjective
     
Related topics: Visual, Colours
vi‧brant
1 full of activity or energy in a way that is exciting and attractive [= lively]:
Hong Kong is a vibrant, fascinating city.
She was sixteen, young and vibrant.
2AVCC a vibrant colour is bright and strong:
a painting full of vibrant reds and blues
vibrancy noun [uncountable]
vibrantly adverb

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