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Translation of "vivid" - English-Spanish dictionary

vivid

adjective   /ˈvɪv·ɪd/
Vivid descriptions or memories produce strong, clear images in your mind. vívido He gave a very vivid description of life in Caracas.
A vivid colour is very bright. vívido
vividly adverb /ˈvɪv·ɪd·li/
vívidamente I vividly remember my first day at work.
(Definition of vivid from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

vivid

adjective /ˈvivid/
(of colours/colors etc) brilliant; very bright vivo, intenso The door was painted a vivid yellow The trees were vivid in their autumn colours.
clear; striking vivo, intenso I have many vivid memories of that holiday a vivid image/description.
(of the imagination) active; lively vivo, despierto, activo; que tiene mucha imaginación She has a vivid imagination.
vividly adverb
intensamente, vivamente I vividly remember that day.
vividness noun
intensidad, vivacidad
(Definition of vivid from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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