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Vibe vs. Vibrant

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Vibenoun

(colloquial) A vibraphone.

Vibrantadjective

Pulsing with energy or activity.

‘He has a vibrant personality.’;

Vibenoun

(colloquial) Vibration.

Vibrantadjective

Lively and vigorous.

Vibenoun

(colloquial) A vibrator sex toy.

Vibrantadjective

Vibrating, resonant or resounding.

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Vibenoun

An atmosphere or aura felt to belong to a person, place or thing.

‘The couple canceled their night out when they got a bad vibe from the new babysitter.’;

Vibrantadjective

(of a colour) Bright.

Vibeverb

(colloquial) To stimulate with a vibrator.

Vibrantadjective

Vibrating; tremulous; resonant; as, vibrant drums.

Vibeverb

(colloquial) To relax and enjoy oneself.

Vibrantadjective

vigorous and active;

‘a vibrant group that challenged the system’; ‘a charming and vivacious hostess’; ‘a vivacious folk dance’;

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Vibeverb

(colloquial) To agree.

Vibeverb

(colloquial) To get along; to hit it off.

Vibenoun

a distinctive emotional atmosphere; sensed intuitively;

‘it gave me a nostalgic vibe’; ‘that man gives off bad vibes’;

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