Slang A vibration. Often used in the plural: a nostalgic vibe to the decor; a stranger who gave off bad vibes. (noun)
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Use "vibe" in a sentence
"I want the Latin vibe, and that vibe is always very sensual, from Shakira going back down the line."
"The downstairs has great food — small plates and soup — although the vibe is a little too sterile and pre-fab (like much of the trendy stretch on 12th, not counting the great Cafe Presse.)"
"Great food, great atmosphere, friendly folks - the vibe is always so comfortable and festive."