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vibe

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noun \ˈvīb\

Simple Definition of vibe

  • : a feeling that someone or something gives you

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of vibe

  1. :  vibration 4 <seems to be in on every conversation, every deal, every vibe that is winging through the room — Albert Goldman> —usually used in plural <got bad vibes from him>

Examples of vibe in a sentence

  1. I got a weird vibe from her.

  2. <a book by a professor of physiological science about her experiments with human energy fields and the vibes they emanate>



1967

First Known Use of vibe

1967



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