Translation for 'vitally' from English to Russian
насущно {adv}vitally
жизненно {adv}vitally
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Translation for 'vitally' from English to Russian

насущно {adv}

жизненно {adv}
Usage Examples English
  • This final stage is vitally important both to the family and to the agency. It defines the outcome of the Family Group Conference for the child.
  • Elk Knob State Park's location atop an amphibolite peak has made it a vitally important and ecologically unique area.
  • During the so-called Great Patriotic War, all non-disabled men of ages 18–51 were subject to draft except specialists declared vitally necessary in the domestic military/defense industry.
  • Another important aspect is the price of manually controlling huge numbers of vitally important devices of current network infrastructures.
  • Josephine the singer is part of the mouse people family. They love her, protect her and think she is vitally important to the community.

  • These clashes were regarded as vitally important. Although, they did not affect the ultimate outcome of the war, they frustrated the attempt by Union forces to capture Shreveport and split Texas from the rest of the Confederacy.
  • The industrial centres of Zaporizhzhia, Kryvy Rih, and Dnipro grew from the power provided by the station, including such electricity-consuming industries as aluminium production, which was vitally important for Soviet aviation.
  • This was a reversal of policy from 1914, when too many men who were vitally needed on the home front volunteered for the military.
  • This vitally important process sees thousands of warp threads gathered in long hanks in very specific order and wound onto large beams ready to be delivered, together with yarn for the weft, to the weavers.
  • Telecommunication operators are vitally interested in traffic intensity, as it dictates the amount of equipment they must supply.

  • As a society we are living longer—85 years for men and 90 years for women—making cognitive health vitally important.
  • As levee construction was vitally important, levee camps provided an opportunity for black laborers to make cash wages and contribute to a large social cause.
  • "Wiedersehen" includes the origin story for Hector Salamanca's bell, an item vitally important to the storylines of both "Better Call Saul" and "Breaking Bad".
  • "TheWrap" stated that "The Ivory Game" vitally offers a wealth of information and means to incite action, which may be enough to get audiences involved".
  • The successful aerial attacks contributed vitally to the defeat of Germany in World War II, since they deprived the country and its troops of essential commodities.

  • In 2013, Ukrainian Railways Director General has stated that the project is vitally important for Ukraine and the entire European transport system.
  • preventing the types of reverse engineering issues that Approov is designed to stop is vitally important" he recommends that companies should consider the possible savings of integration.
  • The Syrian city of Zabadani is vitally important to Assad and to Iran because, at least as late as June 2011, the city served as the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps's logistical hub for supplying Hezbollah.
  • His knowledge and research not only helped Pakistan but also vitally assisted other Asian and Middle-East countries to develop modern beekeeping industry, thereby contributing to their income and economy.
  • The Difference is a short documentary series that explored the powerful stories of children whose lives have positively, sometimes vitally, changed because of their relationship with a mentor.

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