What is the definition of vibration?

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The definition of vibration is the steady movement or quiver of a figure. For example, you can put your phone on silent mode and it will give you a vibration when someone is calling. You can find more information here: http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/vibration
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vi·bra·tion
[vahy-brey-shuhn]
NOUN
1.
the act of vibrating.
2.
the state of being vibrated.
3.
an instance of vibratory motion; oscillation; quiver; tremor.
4.
a supernatural emanation, bearing good or ill, that is sensed by or revealed to those attuned to the occult.
5.
Informal. a general emotional feeling one has from another person or a place, situation, etc.: I usually get good vibrations from him.
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