vim

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noun \ ˈvim \

Definition of vim

:robust energy and enthusiasm

Examples of vim in a Sentence

  1. some food and a little rest should give me back some of my vim

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Origin and Etymology of vim

Latin, accusative of vis strength; akin to Greek is strength, Sanskrit vaya meal, strength



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vim

play
noun \ ˈvim \

Definition of vim for Students

:great energy and enthusiasm


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