พลัง, ศักดา, พิริยะ, แรง, กำลัง
Noun(1) forceful exertion(2) active strength of body or mind(3) an imaginative lively style (especially style of writing
(1) Some appeared to be very sick and feeble while there were also young men and women in best of health and vigour .(2) Conductors, too, can retain their musical powers long after physical vigour has departed.(3) A typical heart failure patient will have become accustomed to an inexorable decline in physical vigour .(4) Such hope lent a spring to their step and vigour to their efforts in the face of determined opposition.(5) You are blessed with good health and vigour , which enable you to participate in busy schedules.(6) And the young cast brings to the production enough raw energy and vigour to leave the audience spellbound.(7) In the matches against Celtic these clubs played with an admirable fire and vigour .(8) He pursued these three aims in his lifetime with vigour and determination.(9) The violins, viola and cello were played with great vigour , intensity and lyrical beauty.(10) The task of translating Buddha's teachings was carried out with great vigour and enthusiasm.(11) He was unusual among Bolshoi dancers in having not only strength and athletic vigour , but elegance too.(12) Energy, vigour and emotion were what were missing most in the second-rate acting.(13) Aided by the river's rapid current, he swam several miles downstream in an impressive display of physical vigour .(14) the springing curls were a sign of vigour and health(15) they set about the new task with vigour(16) These two young sides played the game with freshness, with vigour and with total commitment.
(1) display vigor :: จอแสดงผลความแข็งแรง
2. energy ::
4. vim ::
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