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a combining form meaning “vibration,” used in the formation of compound words: vibrometer.
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Origin of vibro-

<Latin vibr(āre) to shake, move to and fro + -o-
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How to use vibro- in a sentence

  • I will order none to shoot at her with vibro guns, as we do not wish her harmed.

  • In his hands he held the vibro gun, and on his face was a wild triumph.

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