Vibration meaning

vī-brāshən
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The definition of a vibration is a movement back and forth, or an emotion sensed by another person.

An example of a vibration is the feeling of two cymbals being slammed together.

An example of a vibration is when one person gets the feeling that another person does not want to do something that has been discussed.

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A single complete vibrating motion.
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Emotional qualities or supernatural emanations that are sensed or felt by another person or thing.
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The action of vibrating.
  • Movement back and forth, as of a pendulum; oscillation.
  • Rapid rhythmic movement back and forth; quiver.
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A rapid oscillation of a particle, particles, or elastic solid or surface, back and forth across a central position.
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Vacillation or wavering, as between two choices or opinions.
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(slang) An instinctively sensed emotional aura or atmosphere; vibes.
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The act of vibrating or the condition of being vibrated.
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A single complete vibrating motion; a quiver.
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(physics) Any periodic process, especially a rapid linear motion of a body about an equilibrium position.
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(informal) A distinctive emotional quality or atmosphere that is sensed or experienced by someone. Often used in the plural.
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Origin of vibration

  • From French vibration, from Latin vibrātiō (“a shaking or brandishing”), from vibrō (“shake, vibrate”); see vibrate.

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