vivace

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin vīvāx (lively, vigorous).

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vivace (masculine and feminine, plural vivaces)

  1. Full of life or vitality; vivacious.
  2. Long-lived, enduring.
  3. (botany) Of a plant that can live for many years; hardy.
  4. (botany) perennial

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin vīvāx (lively, vigorous), vivacem.

Pronunciation[edit]

vivace, /viˈvatʃe/, /vi"vatSe/

Adjective[edit]

vivace m, f (masculine and feminine plural vivaci)

  1. lively, vital, bright
  2. keen, hardheaded
  3. vivid

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