US: /vaɪˈtæɫəti/
UK: /va‍ɪtˈælɪti/

English Vietnamese dictionary

vitality /vai'tæliti/
  • danh từ
    • sức sống, sinh khí
    • khả năng tồn tại lâu dài
      • an artificial language has no vitality: một ngôn ngữ giả tạo không thể tồn tại lâu dài
    • (văn học) sức sống, sức mạnh
      • a style full of vitality: văn phong đầy sức sống

Advanced English dictionary

+ noun
[U] energy and enthusiasm
Synonym: VIGOUR
She is bursting with vitality and new ideas. + The music has a wonderful freshness and vitality.

Thesaurus dictionary

1 energy, life, life-force, vigour, power, intensity, force, liveliness,, vivacity, vivaciousness, animation, sparkle, spiritedness, exuberance, Colloq zing, pep, pizazz, oomph, get-up-and-go, zip, vim:
My great-grandfather has the vitality of a forty-year-old.
2 stamina, hardiness, endurance, energy, strength, robustness:
Does this society have the vitality needed to take it into the next decade?

Collocation dictionary


enormous, exceptional, great, remarkable, sheer, tremendous
You have to admire the sheer vitality of his performance.
| renewed | continuing | creative, cultural, economic | inner, mental


burst with
He came back from his holiday bursting with vitality and good health.
| restore


full of vitality, a lack of vitality

Concise English dictionary

+an energetic style
+a healthy capacity for vigorous activity
+(biology) a hypothetical force (not physical or chemical) once thought by Henri Bergson to cause the evolution and development of organisms
+the property of being able to survive and grow