Pronunciation Noun

vibe (plural vibes)

  1. (colloquial) A vibraphone. [earlier 20th c.]
  2. (colloquial) Vibration. [later 20th c.]
  3. (colloquial) A vibrator sex toy. [later 20th c.]
  4. (colloquial, originally New Age jargon) An atmosphere or aura felt to belong to a person, place or thing. [circa 1960s]
    The couple canceled their night out when they got a bad vibe from the new babysitter.
    • 2014 Simmons, Pat (July 7, 2014) Guilty of Love, Generation Quest Press
      “I like her. I get good vibes from her.”
    • 2016 de la Peña, Matt (May 24, 2016) The Hunted, Ember, →ISBN, page 150
      “This place is giving me bad vibes.”
  • Russian: (literally) вибра́ция
Translations Verb

vibe (vibes, present participle vibing; past and past participle vibed)

  1. To stimulate with a vibrator.
    • 2015, Allison Moon, Girl Sex 101, page 49:
      If your usual routine is hammering or vibing your clit for three minutes before you run out the door, try giving yourself five minutes of exploratory time.
  2. To relax and enjoy oneself.
  3. To agree.
  4. To get along; to hit it off.

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