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01. He was shot in the stomach, but luckily the bullet didn't hit any [vital] organs.
02. It is absolutely [vital] that our computer systems be upgraded.
03. It is [vitally] important that he take good care of himself if he doesn't want to fall ill again.
04. The victim was able to give the police [vital] information about her attacker.
05. The port is of [vital] importance to American military interests.
06. Averil Coxhead has noted that feedback is a [vital] part of the language-learning cycle.
07. She wants to be an elementary school teacher, so it is [vital] that she enjoy being with children.
08. Aaron Levenstein once remarked that statistics are like bikinis. What they reveal is suggestive, but what they conceal is [vital].
09. It is [vital] that food supplies be brought to the area immediately or hundreds of thousands of people will die of starvation.
10. Access to cheap oil is [vital] to this country's economic development.
11. It is [vital] that I speak to Mr. Sangha before he makes a decision in this matter.
12. Friendships are [vital] to good health.
13. The making of artworks is both a persistent and [vital] aspect of the experience of being human.
14. Availability of water is [vital] to all plant and animal life.
15. Schools play a [vital] role in orienting children to their society.
16. Education is [vital] to the cultural life of a society.
17. Shipbuilding is a [vital] part of the Greek economy, providing over 100,000 jobs.
18. In Indonesia, many things in nature are believed to contain a [vital] energy or life force.
19. Village festivals in Guatemala provide a [vital] function by bringing together family members.
20. The many ferries along the Congo River are a [vital] link in this region where roads are few and are frequently impassable.
21. Studies show that [vital] vitamins and minerals have dramatically declined in many fruits and vegetables today, due to modern farming methods.
22. The ozone layer is [vital] to life because it blocks dangerous radiation coming from the sun.
23. Proper nutrition and regular exercise are [vitally] important in maintaining a health body and mind.
24. A healthy diet will give you improved [vitality].
25. Continuing to use your brain will help to maintain your intellectual [vitality] as you age.
26. The reforms introduced by the President have contributed a great deal to the current [vitality] of the economy.

Grammatical examples in English. 2013.

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  • vital — vital …   Dictionnaire des rimes

  • vital — vital …   Deutsch Wörterbuch

  • vital — vital, ale, aux [ vital, o ] adj. • 1380; lat. vitalis, de vita « vie » 1 ♦ Qui concerne, constitue la vie. Cycle vital. Propriétés, fonctions vitales. Les besoins vitaux de l individu. ♢ Philos. Principe vital, force vitale : réalité énergétique …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Vital — Vi tal, a. [F., fr. L. vitalis, fr. vita life; akin to vivere to live. See {Vivid}.] 1. Belonging or relating to life, either animal or vegetable; as, vital energies; vital functions; vital actions. [1913 Webster] 2. Contributing to life;… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Vital — may refer to:* vitalism, the doctrine that life cannot be explained solely by mechanism * vitalism (Jainism), the Jain teacher Mahāvīra s philosophy * Vital, the English name of a number of Roman Catholic saints named Vitalis in Latin * Vitals ,… …   Wikipedia

  • Vital — (lebenskräftig, lebenswichtig, munter) steht für Männlicher Vorname. Bekannte Namensträger: Joseph Vital Kopp, Schweizer Theologe und Schriftsteller (1906–1966) Vital Borkelmans, Fußballspieler (* 1963) Vital Julian Frey, Schweizer Cembalist (*… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • vital — VITÁL, Ă, vitali, e, adj. 1. Care este caracteristic sau esenţial pentru viaţă, în care rezidă viaţa; de viaţă, al vieţii. 2. Foarte important, fundamental, esenţial, de bază; indispensabil. – Din fr. vital, lat. vitalis. Trimis de ana zecheru,… …   Dicționar Român

  • vital — [vīt′ l] adj. [ME < MFr < L vitalis, vital < vita, life, akin to vivere, to live: see BIO ] 1. of, concerned with, or manifesting life [vital energy] 2. a) necessary or essential to life; being a source or support of life [vital organs]… …   English World dictionary

  • vital — vital, ale (vi tal, ta l ) adj. 1°   Qui appartient à la vie, qui sert à la conservation de la vie. •   Les physiologistes ont prouvé que les mouvements vitaux sont le produit des impressions reçues par les parties sensibles, CABANIS Instit. Mém …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • vital — Adj kräftig, lebendig erw. fremd. Erkennbar fremd (19. Jh.) Entlehnung. Entlehnt aus frz. vital, dieses aus l. vītālis Lebenskraft habend , zu l. vīta Leben , zu l. vīvere leben . Abstraktum: Vitalität.    Ebenso nndl. vital, ne. vital, nfrz.… …   Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen sprache

  • VITAL — VITAL, Italian family which produced numerous scholars of whom the most noted were: JOSEPH VITAL (15th–16th century), a talented scribe, was especially noted for his precision in writing tefillin, which were widely known as Tefillin Rav Calabrash …   Encyclopedia of Judaism