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vivid

adjective /ˈvivid/
(of colours etc) brilliant; very bright
vif
The door was painted a vivid yellow The trees were vivid in their autumn colours.
clear; striking
clair; frappant
I have many vivid memories of that holiday a vivid image/description.
(of the imagination) active; lively
vif
She has a vivid imagination.
vividly adverb
vivement
vividness noun
vivacité
(Definition of vivid from the Password English-French Dictionary © 2014 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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