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vigour

noun [no plural] UK ( US vigor)   /ˈvɪɡ.ər/
strength, energy, or enthusiasm vigor They set about their work with youthful vigour and enthusiasm.2127
strength of thought, opinion, expression, etc. vigor He gave his side of the story with vigour.1915
(Definition of vigour from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vigour

noun /ˈviɡə/ /ˈviɡə/
strength and energy vigor He began his new job with enthusiasm and vigour/vigor.
vigorous adjective
vigoroso a vigorous dance.
vigorously adverb
vigorosamente They were dancing vigorously.
The adjective is always spelt vigorous.
(Definition of vigour from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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