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vibe

noun uk   /vaɪb/ us  

vibe noun (MOOD)

[S] the mood or character of a place, situation, or piece of music: The music has a soothing vibe.vibes [plural] informal the general mood a person or place seems to have and the way they make you feel: I didn't like the place - it had bad vibes.

vibe noun (INSTRUMENT)

vibes [plural] informal for vibraphone
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