Acute and Vital


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Acute adjective – Needing immediate attention.
Usage example: famine caused by an acute shortage of grain

Vital and acute are semantically related in all-important topic. In some cases you can use "Vital" instead an adjective "Acute", when it comes to topics like very important.
Nearby Word: acutely
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Vital adjective – Having active strength of body or mind.
Acute and vital are semantically related in essential topic. Sometimes you can use "Acute" instead an adjective "Vital".
Nearby Words: vitality, vitally, vitalize, vitalism
Synonyms for Vital

Things that words describes

knowledge acute knowledge vital knowledge
information acute information vital information
skills acute skills vital skills
abilities acute abilities vital abilities
Other nouns: tasks.
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Vital or Acute. 2016. Accessed October 28, 2020.

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