Word – Vital
Vital – Word of the Day
(adjective): absolutely necessary; essential.
(verb): give strength and energy to.
It originated in late Middle English explaining the principle of living beings through Old French word via Latin word Vitalis which means life.
Adjective Usage – Vital:
- My wife’s support is vital for my business.
- You have to make a vital contribution to the company.
- The doctor said my tumour has spread in my entire body; it’s vital for me to go for surgery this week itself.
- For a healthy relationship, good communication is very vital.
- My father says education plays a vital role in anyone’s career.
Noun Usage – Vitality:
- All the students who have never shown much vitality were subjected to equal grooming.
- Max shows so much vitality and energy in his work.
- You should switch to healthy eating habits. It will improve your vitality and general health.
- The client said Tina had shown so much energy and vitality in her presentation that they are highly impressed.
- The trainer is happy to see players so full of vitality.
Verb Usage – Vitalize:
- The government needs to allocate more funds in the education sector to vitalize our education industry.
- I am working two shifts in a day to vitalize my sayings.
- I hope the plan presented by the President will vitalize our economy.
- Jordan sometimes tells jokes to his students to vitalize the environment in the class.
- Richa is taking training in education to vitalize the schools in her village.
Adverb Usage – Vitally:
- My parents know how vitally important it is to settle down before getting married.
- It is vitally important to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
- The steps taken by the doctors are vitally crucial before starting the operation.
- It is vitally important that one should think twice before saying anything instead of blabbering randomly.
- It is vitally important to wear a seat belt while driving.