in the sense of imperative
extremely urgentIt's imperative to know your rights at such a time.
in the sense of important
of great significance, value, or consequencean important economic challenge to the government
in the sense of indispensable
absolutely necessaryShe was becoming indispensable to him.
in the sense of live
alivethey kept a number of live animals in the lab
in the sense of necessary
needed in order to obtain the desired resultIs your journey really necessary?Please make all the necessary arrangements.
in the sense of radical
searching or thoroughthe radical differences between them
in the sense of requisite
absolutely essentialShe filled in the requisite paperwork.
in the sense of significant
very importantIt is the first drug that seems to have a significant effect on this disease.
in the sense of spirited
showing liveliness or courageHe wanted merely to provoke a spirited debate.
in the sense of urgent
requiring speedy action or attentionThere is an urgent need for food and water.
Video: pronunciation of 'vital'
vital 的词库—— 柯林斯 英语词库
Life on the edge