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viv·id

 (vĭv′ĭd)
adj. viv·id·er, viv·id·est
1. Perceived as bright and distinct; brilliant: a vivid star.
2.
a. Having intensely bright colors: a vivid tapestry.
b. Having a very high degree of saturation: a vivid purple.
3. Presented in clear and striking manner: a vivid account of the incident.
4. Perceived or felt with the freshness of immediate experience: a vivid recollection of their childhood.
5. Active in forming lifelike images: a vivid imagination.

[Latin vīvidus, from vīvere, to live; see gwei- in Indo-European roots.]

viv′id·ly adv.
viv′id·ness n.
Synonyms: vivid, graphic, lifelike, realistic
These adjectives mean strikingly sharp and accurate: a vivid recollection; a graphic account of the battle; a lifelike portrait; a realistic description.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.vividly - in a vivid mannervividly - in a vivid manner; "he described his adventures vividly"
Translations
بِحَيَوِيَّه، بِوُضوح
svěžeživě
livligt
hressilega, líflega; greinilega
živo
canlı bir şekilde

vividly

[ˈvɪvɪdlɪ] ADV (gen) → vivamente; [describe] → gráficamente

vividly

[ˈvɪvɪdli] adv [describe] → d'une manière saisissante
to remember sth vividly → garder un souvenir vivace de qch

vividly

adv
colouredlebhaft; shinehell, leuchtend; the red stands out vividly against its backgrounddas Rot hebt sich stark vom Hintergrund ab; a vividly coloured (Brit) or colored (US) birdein bunt gefiederter or auffällig gefiederter Vogel
remember, recalllebhaft; describe, illustrateanschaulich, lebendig; demonstrateklar und deutlich; portray, bring to lifeanschaulich, plastisch

vividly

[ˈvɪvɪdlɪ] adv (describe) → in modo vivido; (remember) → chiaramente

vivid

(ˈvivid) adjective
1. (of colours etc) brilliant; very bright. The door was painted a vivid yellow; The trees were vivid in their autumn colours.
2. clear; striking. I have many vivid memories of that holiday; a vivid image/description.
3. (of the imagination) active; lively. She has a vivid imagination.
ˈvividly adverb
ˈvividness noun
References in classic literature ?
How vividly is impressed upon my mind every minute feature of the scene which met my view during those long days of suffering and sorrow.
He again vividly recalled the details of the battle, no longer dim, but definite and in the concise form concise form in which he imagined himself stating them to the Emperor Francis.
Vividly do I recollect the vision of one bulging eye of his, swollen almost shut by one of the stones we had thrown.
He vividly recalled all the constantly recurring instances of inevitable necessity for lying and deceit, which were so against his natural bent.
I remember most vividly three smashed bicycles in a heap, pounded into the road by the wheels of subsequent carts.
Michel Ardan was watching near the president, when he noticed long white lines, vividly lighted up by the direct rays of the sun.
When I left Rome I corresponded with him, and about once in two months received from him long letters in queer English, which brought before me vividly his spluttering, enthusiastic, gesticulating conversation.
He must have been known to me earlier, but I remember him first as he swam vividly into my ken, with a volume of Macaulay's essays in his hand, one day.
And, in so far as he could direct, he varied not one jot from the details of that vividly conceived masterpiece of hellishness during the twenty years which followed.
I recall the impulse that awakened in me to preserve those words in writing, exactly as they were spoken, while the time was my own, and while my memory vividly retained them.
I remember vividly another evening, when something led us to talk of Dante's veneration for Virgil.
Her sweet face, appealing, pathetic, tormented by the pain of parting, appeared before him as vividly as life.