Assuming you've also assigned differnt IP networks to your VLAN segments, you'll need to route between them. If all the VLANs come together on the same router or L3 switch, on Cisco equipement, you'll likely only need to enable IP routing io the network device. Additionally, either the router or L3 switch will need to proxy other networks, or each host will need the router's or L3 switch's interface address defined as a gateway address.
Additonally, if more than one router or L3 switch is involved, you either either need to define static routes on them or use a dynamic routing protocol (e.g. RIP, EIGRP, OSPF, etc.)
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