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 Translation for 'vital' from English to Greek
ADJ   vital | more vital | most vital
SYNO critical | full of life | life-sustaining | ...
vital {adj}ζωτικός
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Translation for 'vital' from English to Greek

vital {adj}
ζωτικός
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Usage Examples English
  • AnPRT is vital in these organisms because it is a vital step in the pathway to synthesis tryptophan, an essential amino acid in humans, which humans take from eating plants or fungi.
  • Needless to state, the TRB played a vital role in spurring economic progress in the Philippines by improving and providing vital road networks that are necessary in revitalizing the economies of regions outside Metro Manila.
  • This standard is the "heart" of VITAL. Within this, objects and their arrangement in a Domain Information Model for vital signs data transmission are defined.
  • The three main stages are physical, vital ("vital" refers to the dynamic and nervous social energies of humanity that propel individuals to accomplish), and mental.
  • The New York City Municipal Archives preserves and makes available more than 10 million historical vital records (birth, marriage and death certificates) for all five boroughs (Manhattan, Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens and Staten Island).

  • In 2018, Hillrom updated its hospital bed model to include EarlySense’s vital-sign bed sensors to monitor patients’ heart and respiratory rates.
  • "Élan vital" (...) is a term coined by French philosopher Henri Bergson in his 1907 book "Creative Evolution", in which he addresses the question of self-organisation and spontaneous morphogenesis of things in an increasingly complex manner.
  • Vital rates refer to how fast vital statistics change in a population (usually measured per 1000 individuals). There are 2 categories within vital rates: crude rates and refined rates.
  • In South Africa, vital records are contained in the National Population Register, which is maintained by the national Department of Home Affairs.
  • Throughout the event, non-vital power was continuously available to Unit 1 from off-site sources.

  • It is a member of the Vital Statistics Council for Canada (VSCC), which was established in 1945 as partnership of provincial/territorial vital event registrars and federal officials responsible for national statistics.
  • The first Vaia ship to be a technical casualty to the Ryvius, after using its vital guarder to destroy Hyperion.
  • The larva eats the non vital organs, avoiding the vital ones. The larva then consumes the vital organs in the last instar.
  • Israel viewed the Straits of Tiran as a vital interest, through which Israel received vital imports, mainly oil from Iran, and a blockade threatened Israel's ability to develop the Negev.
  • The university's motto can be read inside the book, "Por una vida científica, por una ciencia vital". Which means “For a scientific life, for a vital science”.

  • Peter is convinced that Quality Public Services is vital fighting growing inequality.
  • In cases that involves vital organs or progression towards vital organs, surgery is highly recommended to avoid further complications and imrove the individual's prognosis.
  • A vital pulpotomy or a non-vital pulpotomy can be carried out.
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