Definição de 'vital'

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We only want to trace them as potential witnesses as they may have vital information for us. The Sun (2016)It is vital that network people make sure the technology does what it is supposed to. Computing (2010)Always come to this column for really vital information that will change your life. The Sun (2016)If this is to be attained the government must acknowledge that the creative industries are of vital importance. Computing (2010)The authenticity of the portrayal of Ugandan life is also vital to her. Times, Sunday Times (2016)It's important to keep him in place and give vital continuity. Times, Sunday Times (2017)Of course it's vital that lessons are learnt. Times, Sunday Times (2016)They are the vital people we can't do without. Times, Sunday Times (2016)DECEMBER is a crucial month with so many vital games crammed in. The Sun (2016)In the future, apparently, this will be a vital means of getting on. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Though being able to track burglars will give police vital information. The Sun (2012)Protein is vital for life since all our cells are made out of protein. Holford, Patrick The Family Nutrition Workbook (1988)Who would give a vital organ to a stranger? Times, Sunday Times (2009)The expensive but vital courses in science and engineering will go first. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Those qualities in a partner are obviously of vital importance to you. Times, Sunday Times (2006)This is another vital element which people so dearly miss through being unemployed. Ingham, Christine Life Without Work (1994)So most of the vital questions of our age have now been covered. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We are conscious that it is a vital game. The Sun (2016)They are a vital component of maintaining a balanced ecosystem in our oceans. Times, Sunday Times (2009)He is deceitful and has lied to you about something vital. The Sun (2007)And for many people such action could be vital just to keep them insured. Times, Sunday Times (2010)The most vital ingredients of this diet are play and language. Siann, Gerda & Ugwuegbu, Denis C. E. Educational Psychology in a Changing World (1988)Others suggest his vital match fitness will be shot. The Sun (2007)This means it is vital to go through the process of comparing suppliers using your own details. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But they can do more to give vital sectors like manufacturing a fighting chance. The Sun (2010)It means the web is now of vital business importance. The Sun (2014)Australia have long shown that maximising the cunning of the brain is as vital as brawn in managing at the scrum. Times, Sunday Times (2008)

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Traduções de vital

Inglês Britânico: vital /ˈvaɪtl/ ADJECTIVE
If something is vital, it is necessary or very important.
It is vital that action is taken quickly.
  • Inglês Americano: vital
  • Árabe: حَيَوِيّ
  • Português Brasileiro: vital
  • Chinês: 生死攸关的
  • Croata: ključan
  • Tcheco: nezbytný
  • Dinamarquês: vital
  • Holandês: essentieel
  • Espanhol Europeu: vital
  • Finlandês: elintärkeä
  • Francês: vital
  • Alemão: entscheidend
  • Grego: ζωτικός
  • Italiano: vitale
  • Japonês: きわめて重大な
  • Coreano: 필수적인
  • Norueguês: vital
  • Polonês: życiowy
  • Português Europeu: vital
  • Romeno: vital
  • Russo: жизненный
  • Espanhol: vital
  • Sueco: livsviktig
  • Tailandês: สำคัญมาก
  • Turco: hayati
  • Ucraniano: життєво важливий
  • Vietnamita: sống còn


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