vitality Wietnamski

wymowa
n. sức sống

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Her wait was not long. Suddenly a cry… a groan… the groan that can come only from a body from which all vitality is escaping.
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President Jinping said earlier, during his meeting with the president of the National Assembly, the government legislator Diosdado Cabello, that the meeting is “injecting new vitality into the strategic China-Venezuela partnership.”
(Voice of America)
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And her designs were not those of youth and vigor, in spite of her vitality and strength.
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Even though I knew that this magnificent body, so healthy and overflowing with vitality, only existed in the human world.
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Exhausted Nature had taken refuge in its last storehouse of vitality.
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He took her arm in a strong grasp and some of the vitality which animated him seemed to flow into her body.
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If he could go from problem to problem there was a certain rebirth of vitality with each change.
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The village communities display indubitable vitality as long as they do not emerge from the conditions of natural economy.
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There was no vitality in his smile, but he held it fixed on his face.
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The intense vitality that had been so remarkable in the garage was converted into impressive hauteur.
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Synonimy

an energetic style: vigor, twinkle, verve, energy, vim, sparkle, vigour, light, spark, muscularity
a healthy capacity for vigorous activity: ch'i, chi, energy, healthiness, good health, juice, qi, vim, ki
the property of being able to survive and grow: liveness, alive, live, animation, animateness, aliveness, dead
(biology) a hypothetical force (not physical or chemical) once thought by Henri Bergson to cause the evolution and development of organisms: force, elan vital, life force, vital force


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