vital 是什么意思

vital的中文意思是: 至关重要的

vital例句大全

  1. Vital organs ; blood and other vital fluids ; the loss of vital heat in shock ; a vital spot .

    重要器官;血和其他的必需体液;休克中失去了生死攸关的热量;基本点。

  2. Vital powers ; eating to maintain vital energy ; recognizing no mystic vital force .

    生命的力量;吃东西以维持生命的活力;认识到没有神秘的生命力量。它不会有生命力。

  3. A vital and charismatic leader ; this whole vital world .

    充满活力、魅力超凡的领导;整个充满生机的世界。

  4. Other vital signs are stable.

    其它生命中枢的体征是稳定的。

  5. Oxygen is vital to life.

    氧是生命所必不可少的。

  6. Civil registration and vital statistics

    民事登记和生命统计

  7. First, overwhelming force is vital.

    第一,压倒性的力量必不可少。

  8. No vital organs were penetrated.

    没有重要的器官被刺穿。

  9. These vital interests can't mix well .

    这些很重要的利害关系没法协调。

  10. Physical stamina is vital for doctors .

    旺盛的精力对一个医生来说是至关重要的。

  11. Avoid the notation"vital signs – stable".

    避免书写“生命体征平稳”。

  12. Providing us with vital strategic intelligence.

    在战略上至关重要的时候给我们提供情报。

  13. record patients'medical information and vital signs.

    记录患者的医疗信息和生命体征。

  14. Punctual delivery is vital to us.

    准时交货对我们而言是至关重要的。

  15. To me punk music is vital.

    对我,庞克音乐是第一的。

  16. good will and joy a vital part.

    善意和喜乐是至关重要的。

  17. Allies are a vital source of legitimacy.

    盟友是合法性的一个至关重要的来源。

  18. Safety of the recovery log is vital.

    恢复日志的安全是至关重要的。

  19. Tourism: a vital force for world peace.

    1986年:旅游&世界和平的重要力量。

  20. Europe played a vital role in Durban.

    欧洲在德班峰会上起到了关键作用。

  21. Afforestation is a matter of vital importance.

    造林是一项重大任务。

  22. Miners'reserves are vital to prospects and valuations.

    储量对矿商的前景和估值至关重要。

  23. Tourism is vital for the Spanish economy.

    旅游业对西班牙经济至关重要。

  24. Because they didn't hit any vital organs.

    所以他们说我很快就能康复。

  25. Rigorous forward-looking appraisal is vital too.

    严格的前瞻性评估也非常重要。

  26. The blueprints are vital to our plans.

    设计图对我们的计划来说很重要。

  27. The heart performs a vital bodily function.

    心脏起着维持生命的重要作用。

  28. She ignores the vital question of pace.

    她忽略了最紧要的速度问题。

  29. Take his vital signs at regular intervals.

    每隔一定时间检查他的生命体征。

  30. experimental studies on vital staining of animal nervds ── the effect of vital staining of nerves with

    活体神经染色的实验研究&雕白粉亚甲蓝还原液对活体神经的染色效果

  31. The Strait of Hormuz is vital international waters.''

    霍尔木兹海峡是至关重要的国际水域。

  32. Maintenance of humidity is vital for ciliary function.

    保持湿度对纤毛功能来说十分重要。

  33. certain vital information is lacking in the report .

    该报告缺少某些关键信息。

  34. A vital national issue that transcended party loyalties.

    一项超越党派界限的全国性重大问题。

  35. good nutrition is vital to any living thing.

    好营养对任一件生存事是重要的。

  36. Hi, I'm Maddy Bowen with vital affairs magazine.

    嗨,我是联邦事务杂志的麦迪鲍文。

  37. Treatment: Measures to monitor and safeguard vital functions .

    治疗:采取措施监护重要器官的功能。

  38. The Application of Vital Reaction to Postmortem Examination

    生活反应在法医尸体检验中的应用

  39. world programme for the improvement of vital statistics ;

    世界改善生命统计方案;

  40. Protein is the direct performer of vital movement.

    蛋白质是生命活动的直接执行者。

vital中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
必要的;至关重要的;必不可少的
If you say that something is vital, you mean that it is necessary or very important.
  1. The port is vital to supply relief to millions of drought victims...

    这个港口对向数百万旱灾灾民提供救援物资是至关重要的。

  2. Nick Wileman is a school caretaker so it is vital that he gets on well with young people...

    尼克·威尔曼是学校的管理员,因此与年轻人搞好关系很重要。

  3. After her release she was able to give vital information about her kidnapper.

    获释之后,她提供了一些有关绑架她的人的关键信息。

2
充满活力的;生气勃勃的
If you describe someone or something as vital, you mean that they are very energetic and full of life.
  1. They are both very vital people and a good match...

    他俩都很有活力,十分般配。

  2. They have something important to say and vital and radical ways of saying it.

    他们有些重要的事情要说,言辞会比较激烈。

vital用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
必不可少的;对…极重要的
necessary or essential in order for sth to succeed or exist
2
保持健康必不可少的维生素
the vitamins that are vital for health
3
妥善的财务账目对任何公司的成功都是极其重要的。
Good financial accounts are vital to the success of any enterprise.
4
干个体的要准确记录账目,这十分重要。
It is vital that you keep accurate records when you are self-employed.
5
阅读在语言学习中至关重要。
Reading is of vital importance in language learning.
6
警察在我们的社会中起着极其重要的作用。
The police play a vital role in our society.
7
最重要的是要表现出他毫无畏惧。
It was vital to show that he was not afraid.
8
生命的;维持生命所必需的
connected with or necessary for staying alive
9
活命器官
the vital organs (= the brain, heart, lungs, etc.)
10
of a person
11
生气勃勃的;充满生机的;热情洋溢的
full of energy and enthusiasm
12
以上各词均表示极其重要、完全必要、必不可少。
These words all describe sb/sth that is extremely important and completely necessary because a particular situation or activity depends on them.
13
指极其重要的、完全必要的、必不可少的:
extremely important and completely necessary, because without it sth cannot exist, be made or be successful
14
对于这个工作,经验是非常重要的。
Experience is essential for this job.
15
指极其重要的、完全必要的、必不可少的:
essential
16
警察在我们的社会中起着极其重要的作用。
The police play a vital role in our society.
17
用essential还是vital?
essential or vital?
18
以上两词在意义上无实质区别,均可与相同的名词连用,并使用相同的结构,只是在语气上稍有区别。essential用以说明事实或表明权威意见,vital常用于对某事感到忧虑或需要使人信服某一事实或意见确实、正确或重要等情况。vital较少用于否定句:
There is no real difference in meaning between these words and they can be used with the same range of nouns and structures. However, there can be a slight difference in tone. Essential is used to state a fact or opinion with authority. Vital is often used when there is some anxiety felt about sth, or a need to persuade sb that a fact or opinion is true, right or important. Vital is less often used in negative statements.
19
他表现得毫无畏惧是十分重要的。
It was vital to show that he was not afraid.
20
指至关重要的、关键的:
extremely important because a particular situation or activity depends on it
21
我们把这个问题弄明白是极其重要的。
It is crucial that we get this right.
22
指至关重要的、关键的:
extremely important because a particular situation or activity depends on it
23
你的决定对我们的将来至关重要。
Your decision is critical to our future.
24
用crucial还是critical?
crucial or critical?
25
以上两词在意义上无实质区别,均可与相同的名词连用,并使用相同的结构,只是有时在语境上稍有区别。critical常用于商业或科学的技术问题,crucial常用于可能引起焦虑或其他情感方面的问题。
There is no real difference in meaning between these words and they can be used with the same range of nouns and structures. However, there is sometimes a slight difference in context. Critical is often used in technical matters of business or science; crucial is often used to talk about matters that may cause anxiety or other emotions.
26
指决定性的、关键的:
of the greatest importance in affecting the final result of a particular situation
27
她在和谈中起了关键作用。
She has played a decisive role in the peace negotiations.
28
指必须的、不可或缺的:
essential; too important to be without
29
汽车已成了我们生活中必不可少的一部分。
Cars have become an indispensable part of our lives.
vital英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
manifesting or characteristic of life
例子:
  1. a vital, living organism
  2. vital signs
2
full of spirit
例子:
  1. a dynamic full of life woman
  2. a vital and charismatic leader
  3. this whole lively world

近义词: full of life,lively

3
performing an essential function in the living body
例子:
  1. vital organs
  2. blood and other vital fluids
  3. the loss of vital heat in shock
  4. a vital spot
  5. life-giving love and praise

近义词: life-sustaining

4
urgently needed;absolutely necessary
例子:
  1. a critical element of the plan
  2. critical medical supplies
  3. vital for a healthy society
  4. of vital interest

近义词: critical