vibe

[ vahyb ]
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noun
  1. Often vibes . a general feeling or sensation that someone gets or has about something: She had mixed vibes about the merger decision, and serious reservations about the acting CEO.

  2. Sometimes vibes . the character, quality, or atmosphere of a place, situation, etc.; ambiance: The bar has an outdoor junkyard vibe, with kegs for stools, tires hanging on the fences, and plastic chairs.Try to find plants that fit your vibe at home—succulents for a Southwest feel, or air plants for the minimalist.

  1. connection; rapport: Sometimes you have a good vibe with someone, but then it just goes nowhere.

  2. vibes . vibraphone.

verb (used without object)
  1. to spend relaxed, unstructured time (often followed by with):I spent most of my time creating stuff, laughing, and vibing with my buddies.

  2. be compatible; be in agreement or harmony (followed by with):I'm looking for someone I can vibe with on a spiritual and intellectual level.Live performance is all about vibing with the audience; the energy is different when you move from the studio to a stage.

Origin of vibe

1
An Americanism dating back to 1965–70; by shortening

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British Dictionary definitions for vibe

vibe

/ (vaɪb) /


noun
  1. slang a feeling or flavour of the kind specified: a 1970s vibe

Origin of vibe

1
from vibration

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