English to Igbo Meaning :: vibes

Vibes :
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Noun(1) A percussion instrument similar to a xylophone but having metal bars and rotating disks in the resonators that produce a vibrato sound

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(1) I always loved Meg's gorgeous photos and wanted to soak up the apparent peaceful, spiritual vibe of the place.(2) The village atmosphere and generally festive vibe is infectious as hundreds of people celebrate the very best of folk culture and music during the six-day event.(3) You've been around the Senate for a long time, what sort of vibe do you get from the Government today?(4) Instead of giving presents to friends, donate the same amount to individual charities and give people a vibe of the Christmas spirit.(5) Expect the same trashy rock and electro vibe in a more intimate and debauched atmosphere.(6) Those who yearn for the good old warehouse days are going to appreciate the jazzy, ambient vibe .(7) Many of those early residents still remain in Venice Beach, contributing to the vibe of free-love and environmental peace that continues to this day.(8) Another classic CD for you to vibe with(9) The bustling vibe adds to the atmosphere rather than detracting from your enjoyment.(10) In the music, man, the spiritual vibe is very important.(11) We vibe so well with each other(12) I'd never previously experienced such a positive vibe in a club environment.(13) Not only do these earrings draw attention to you, they give you a free spirited vibe which is so sexy.(14) Long-time residents of the area like the low crime rate, the quiet atmosphere and the small-town vibe .(15) I was in this bar on a Friday night, the vibe and ambience was chilled with funky back beats.(16) It wasn't the world's most extravagant theatre complex, but it had this sort of historical vibe about it.
Related Words
(1) vibe ::
(2) good vibes ::
ezi vibes
(3) bad vibes ::
njọ vibes
1. vibraphone ::
2. vibraharp ::
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Very bad vibes.\0

Very bad VIBES.

Money Heist Season 3, Episode 5

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