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live 1

 (lĭv)
v. lived, liv·ing, lives
v.intr.
1. To be alive; exist.
2. To continue to be alive: lived through a bad accident.
3. To support oneself; subsist: living on rice and fish; lives on a small inheritance.
4. To reside; dwell: lives on a farm.
5. To conduct one's life in a particular manner: lived frugally.
6. To pursue a positive, satisfying existence; enjoy life: those who truly live.
7. To remain in human memory: an event that lives on in our minds.
v.tr.
1. To spend or pass (one's life).
2. To go through; experience: lived a nightmare.
3. To practice in one's life: live one's beliefs.
Phrasal Verbs:
live down
To overcome or reduce the shame of (a misdeed, for example) over a period of time.
live in
To reside in the place where one is employed: household servants who live in.
live out
To live outside one's place of domestic employment: household servants who live out.
live with
To put up with; resign oneself to: disliked the situation but had to live with it.
Idioms:
live it up Slang
To engage in festive pleasures or extravagances.
live off/on the fat of the land
To enjoy the best of everything; live in comfort or luxury.
live up to
1. To live or act in accordance with: lived up to their parents' ideals.
2. To prove equal to: a new technology that did not live up to our expectations.
3. To carry out; fulfill: lived up to her end of the bargain.

[Middle English liven, from Old English libban, lifian; see leip- in Indo-European roots.]

live 2

 (līv)
adj.
1. Having life; alive: live animals. See Synonyms at living.
2. Of, related to, or occurring during the life of one that is living: a live birth; the live weight of an animal before being slaughtered.
3. Of current interest or relevance: a live topic; still a live option.
4. Informal Full of life, excitement, or activity; lively: a live crowd at the parade; a live party.
5. Glowing; burning: live coals.
6. Not yet exploded but capable of being fired: live ammunition.
7. Electricity Carrying an electric current or energized with electricity: live cables lying dangerously on the ground.
8. Not mined or quarried; in the natural state: live ore.
9.
a. Broadcast while actually being performed; not taped, filmed, or recorded: a live television program.
b. Involving performers or spectators who are physically present: live entertainment; a live audience.
10. Of, relating to, or containing living bacteria or active viruses, sometimes in an attenuated form: live yogurt cultures; a live measles vaccine.
11. Printing Not yet set into type: live copy.
12. Sports In play: a live ball.
adv.
At, during, or from the time of actual occurrence or performance: The landing on the moon was telecast live.

[Short for alive.]

live′ness n.

live

(lɪv)
vb (mainly intr)
1. to show the characteristics of life; be alive
2. to remain alive or in existence
3. to exist in a specified way: to live poorly.
4. (usually foll by: in or at) to reside or dwell: to live in London.
5. (often foll by on) to continue or last: the pain still lives in her memory.
6. (usually foll by by) to order one's life (according to a certain philosophy, religion, etc)
7. (foll by: on, upon, or by) to support one's style of life; subsist: to live by writing.
8. (foll by with) to endure the effects (of a crime, mistake, etc)
9. (foll by through) to experience and survive: he lived through the war.
10. (tr) to pass or spend (one's life, etc)
11. to enjoy life to the full: he knows how to live.
12. (tr) to put into practice in one's daily life; express: he lives religion every day.
13. live and let live to refrain from interfering in others' lives; to be tolerant
14. where one lives informal US in one's sensitive or defenceless position
[Old English libban, lifian; related to Old High German libēn, Old Norse lifa]

live

(laɪv)
adj
1. (prenominal) showing the characteristics of life
2. (usually prenominal) of, relating to, or abounding in life: the live weight of an animal.
3. (usually prenominal) of current interest; controversial: a live issue.
4. actual: a real live cowboy.
5. informal full of life and energy
6. (of a coal, ember, etc) glowing or burning
7. (Physical Geography) (esp of a volcano) not extinct
8. (Firearms, Gunnery, Ordnance & Artillery) loaded or capable of exploding: a live bomb.
9. (Broadcasting) radio television transmitted or present at the time of performance, rather than being a recording: a live show.
10. (Music, other) (of a record)
a. recorded in concert
b. recorded in one studio take, without overdubs or splicing
11. (Electrical Engineering) connected to a source of electric power: a live circuit.
12. (esp of a colour or tone) brilliant or splendid
13. acoustically reverberant: a live studio.
14. (General Sporting Terms) sport (of a ball) in play
15. (Mining & Quarrying) (of rocks, ores, etc) not quarried or mined; native
16. (Automotive Engineering) being in a state of motion or transmitting power; positively connected to a driving member
17. (Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) printing
a. (of copy) not yet having been set into type
b. (of type that has been set) still in use
adv
(Broadcasting) during, at, or in the form of a live performance: the show went out live.
[C16: from on live alive]

live1

(lɪv)

v. lived (livd), liv•ing. v.i.
1. to be alive.
2. to continue to have life; remain alive: to live to a ripe old age.
3. to continue in existence, operation, memory, etc.; last: a book that lives in my memory.
4. to maintain or support one's existence; provide for oneself: to live on one's income.
5. to feed or subsist (usu. fol. by on or upon): to live on rice and bananas.
6. to dwell or reside.
7. to pass life in a specified manner: They lived happily ever after.
8. to direct or regulate one's life: to live by the golden rule.
9. to experience or enjoy life to the full: At 50 she was just beginning to live.
10. to cohabit (usu. fol. by with).
v.t.
11. to pass (life): to live a life of ease.
12. to practice, represent, or exhibit in one's life: to live one's philosophy.
13. live down, to cause (a mistake, disgrace, etc.) to be forgotten or forgiven through one's subsequent blameless behavior.
14. live in (or out), to reside at (or away from) the place of one's employment, esp. as a domestic servant.
15. live up to, to behave so as to satisfy or represent (ideals, standards, etc.).
Idioms:
live it up, Informal. to live in an extravagant or wild manner.
[before 900; Middle English; Old English lifian, libban, c. Old Saxon libbian, lebon, Old High German lebēn, Old Norse lifa, Gothic liban]

live2

(laɪv)
adj.
1. being alive; living: live animals.
2. of, pertaining to, or during the life of a living being: the animal's live weight.
3. characterized by or indicating the presence of living creatures: the live sounds of the forest.
4. Informal. (of a person) energetic; alert; lively: The club members are a really live bunch.
5. full of life, energy, or activity: His approach is live and fresh.
6. burning or glowing: live coals.
7. having resilience or bounce: a live tennis ball.
8. being in play, as a baseball or football.
9. loaded or unexploded: live ammunition.
10. made up of people who are actually present: to perform before a live audience.
11. broadcast while happening or being performed: a live telecast.
12. being highly resonant or reverberant, as an auditorium or concert hall.
13. vivid or bright, as color.
14. of current interest or importance: live issues.
15. moving or imparting motion: the live head on a lathe.
16. still in use, or to be used, as type set up or copy for printing.
17. electrically connected to a source of potential difference, or electrically charged so as to have a potential different from that of earth: a live wire.
adv.
18. by transmission at the actual moment of occurrence or performance: a program broadcast live.
[1535–45; aph. form of alive]

live

If you live in a particular place, it is your home.

I have some friends who live in Nairobi.
I live in a house just down the road from you.

If you want to say that a place is someone's home, don't use a progressive form of live. You only use a progressive form when you are saying that someone has just moved to a place, or that it is their home for a temporary period.

Her husband had been released from prison and was now living at the house.
Remember that you are living in someone else's home.
We had to leave Ziatur, the town where we had been living.

If you want to say how long you have been living in a place, you use for or since. You say, for example, 'I have been living here for four years', 'I have been living here since 2007', or 'I have lived here since 2007'. Don't say 'I am living here for four years' or 'I am living here since 2007'.

He has been living in France now for almost two years.
She has lived there since she was six.
See for, since

live


Past participle: lived
Gerund: living

Imperative
live
live
Present
I live
you live
he/she/it lives
we live
you live
they live
Preterite
I lived
you lived
he/she/it lived
we lived
you lived
they lived
Present Continuous
I am living
you are living
he/she/it is living
we are living
you are living
they are living
Present Perfect
I have lived
you have lived
he/she/it has lived
we have lived
you have lived
they have lived
Past Continuous
I was living
you were living
he/she/it was living
we were living
you were living
they were living
Past Perfect
I had lived
you had lived
he/she/it had lived
we had lived
you had lived
they had lived
Future
I will live
you will live
he/she/it will live
we will live
you will live
they will live
Future Perfect
I will have lived
you will have lived
he/she/it will have lived
we will have lived
you will have lived
they will have lived
Future Continuous
I will be living
you will be living
he/she/it will be living
we will be living
you will be living
they will be living
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been living
you have been living
he/she/it has been living
we have been living
you have been living
they have been living
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been living
you will have been living
he/she/it will have been living
we will have been living
you will have been living
they will have been living
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been living
you had been living
he/she/it had been living
we had been living
you had been living
they had been living
Conditional
I would live
you would live
he/she/it would live
we would live
you would live
they would live
Past Conditional
I would have lived
you would have lived
he/she/it would have lived
we would have lived
you would have lived
they would have lived
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.live - inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of; "People lived in Africa millions of years ago"; "The people inhabited the islands that are now deserted"; "this kind of fish dwells near the bottom of the ocean"; "deer are populating the woods"
tenant - occupy as a tenant
neighbor, neighbour - live or be located as a neighbor; "the neighboring house"
lodge in, occupy, reside - live (in a certain place); "She resides in Princeton"; "he occupies two rooms on the top floor"
domicile, domiciliate, reside, shack - make one's home in a particular place or community; "may parents reside in Florida"
people - furnish with people; "The plains are sparsely populated"
overpopulate - cause to have too great a population; "Some towns in New Jersey are becoming overpopulated"
cohabit, live together, shack up - share living quarters; usually said of people who are not married and live together as a couple
lodge - be a lodger; stay temporarily; "Where are you lodging in Paris?"
bivouac, camp, camp out, encamp, tent - live in or as if in a tent; "Can we go camping again this summer?"; "The circus tented near the town"; "The houseguests had to camp in the living room"
nest - inhabit a nest, usually after building; "birds are nesting outside my window every Spring"
be - occupy a certain position or area; be somewhere; "Where is my umbrella?" "The toolshed is in the back"; "What is behind this behavior?"
room, board - live and take one's meals at or in; "she rooms in an old boarding house"
live in, sleep in - live in the house where one works; "our babysitter lives in, as it is too far to commute for her"
sleep out, live out - work in a house where one does not live; "our cook lives out; he can easily commute from his home"
2.live - lead a certain kind of life; live in a certain style; "we had to live frugally after the war"
move - live one's life in a specified environment; "she moves in certain circles only"
dissipate - live a life of pleasure, especially with respect to alcoholic consumption
live - pursue a positive and satisfying existence; "You must accept yourself and others if you really want to live"
swing - live in a lively, modern, and relaxed style; "The Woodstock generation attempted to swing freely"
live down, unlive - live so as to annul some previous behavior; "You can never live this down!"
wanton - indulge in a carefree or voluptuous way of life
vegetate - lead a passive existence without using one's body or mind
pig, pig it - live like a pig, in squalor
bushwhack - live in the bush as a fugitive or as a guerilla
buccaneer - live like a buccaneer
bach, bachelor - lead a bachelor's existence
eke out - live from day to day, as with some hardship; "He eked out his years in great poverty"
cash out - choose a simpler life style after questioning personal and career satisfaction goals; "After 3 decades in politics, she cashed out and moved to Polynesia"
3.live - continue to live through hardship or adversity; "We went without water and food for 3 days"; "These superstitions survive in the backwaters of America"; "The race car driver lived through several very serious accidents"; "how long can a person last without food and water?"
live, be - have life, be alive; "Our great leader is no more"; "My grandfather lived until the end of war"
subsist, exist, survive, live - support oneself; "he could barely exist on such a low wage"; "Can you live on $2000 a month in New York City?"; "Many people in the world have to subsist on $1 a day"
hold water, stand up, hold up - resist or withstand wear, criticism, etc.; "Her shoes won't hold up"; "This theory won't hold water"
perennate - survive from season to season, of plants
live out - live out one's life; live to the end
4.live - support oneself; "he could barely exist on such a low wage"; "Can you live on $2000 a month in New York City?"; "Many people in the world have to subsist on $1 a day"
breathe - be alive; "Every creature that breathes"
freewheel, drift - live unhurriedly, irresponsibly, or freely; "My son drifted around for years in California before going to law school"
live on, survive, last, live, endure, hold out, hold up, go - continue to live through hardship or adversity; "We went without water and food for 3 days"; "These superstitions survive in the backwaters of America"; "The race car driver lived through several very serious accidents"; "how long can a person last without food and water?"
5.live - have life, be alive; "Our great leader is no more"; "My grandfather lived until the end of war"
live on, survive, last, live, endure, hold out, hold up, go - continue to live through hardship or adversity; "We went without water and food for 3 days"; "These superstitions survive in the backwaters of America"; "The race car driver lived through several very serious accidents"; "how long can a person last without food and water?"
6.live - have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations; "I know the feeling!"; "have you ever known hunger?"; "I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict"; "The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare"; "I lived through two divorces"
taste - experience briefly; "The ex-slave tasted freedom shortly before she died"
live over, relive - experience again, often in the imagination; "He relived the horrors of war"
experience, go through, see - go or live through; "We had many trials to go through"; "he saw action in Viet Nam"
7.live - pursue a positive and satisfying existence; "You must accept yourself and others if you really want to live"
live - lead a certain kind of life; live in a certain style; "we had to live frugally after the war"
Adj.1.live - actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewinglive - actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing; "a live television program"; "brought to you live from Lincoln Center"; "live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience"
recorded - set down or registered in a permanent form especially on film or tape for reproduction; "recorded music"
2.live - exerting force or containing energy; "live coals"; "tossed a live cigarette out the window"; "got a shock from a live wire"; "live ore is unmined ore"; "a live bomb"; "a live ball is one in play"
active - (of e.g. volcanos) erupting or liable to erupt; "active volcanos"
dead - not showing characteristics of life especially the capacity to sustain life; no longer exerting force or having energy or heat; "Mars is a dead planet"; "dead soil"; "dead coals"; "the fire is dead"
3.live - possessing life; "the happiest person alive"; "the nerve is alive"; "doctors are working hard to keep him alive"; "burned alive"; "a live canary"
animate - endowed with animal life as distinguished from plant life; "we are animate beings"
4.live - highly reverberant; "a live concert hall"
reverberant - having a tendency to reverberate or be repeatedly reflected; "a reverberant room"; "the reverberant booms of cannon"
5.live - charged with an explosive; "live ammunition"; "a live bomb"
loaded - (of weapons) charged with ammunition; "a loaded gun"
6.live - elastic; rebounds readily; "clean bouncy hair"; "a lively tennis ball"; "as resilient as seasoned hickory"; "springy turf"
elastic - capable of resuming original shape after stretching or compression; springy; "an elastic band"; "a youthful and elastic walk"
7.live - abounding with life and energy; "the club members are a really live bunch"
colloquialism - a colloquial expression; characteristic of spoken or written communication that seeks to imitate informal speech
lively - full of life and energy; "a lively discussion"; "lively and attractive parents"; "a lively party"
8.live - in current use or ready for use; "live copy is ready to be set in type or already set but not yet proofread"
printing process, printing - reproduction by applying ink to paper as for publication
current - occurring in or belonging to the present time; "current events"; "the current topic"; "current negotiations"; "current psychoanalytic theories"; "the ship's current position"
9.live - of current relevance; "a live issue"; "still a live option"
current - occurring in or belonging to the present time; "current events"; "the current topic"; "current negotiations"; "current psychoanalytic theories"; "the ship's current position"
10.live - charged or energized with electricity; "a hot wire"; "a live wire"
electricity - a physical phenomenon associated with stationary or moving electrons and protons
charged - of a particle or body or system; having a net amount of positive or negative electric charge; "charged particles"; "a charged battery"
11.live - capable of eruptinglive - capable of erupting; "a live volcano"; "the volcano is very much alive"
active - (of e.g. volcanos) capable of erupting
Adv.1.live - not recorded; "the opera was broadcast live"

live

1
verb
1. dwell, board, settle, lodge, occupy, abide, inhabit, hang out (informal), stay (chiefly Scot.), reside, have as your home, have your home in She has lived here for 10 years.
2. spend your life, behave, conduct yourself, pass your life We lived quite grandly.
3. lead, have, experience, pass, go through We can start living a normal life again now.
4. exist, last, prevail, be, have being, breathe, persist, be alive, have life, draw breath, remain alive He's got a terrible disease and will not live long.
5. survive, remain alive, feed yourself, get along, make a living, earn a living, make ends meet, subsist, eke out a living, support yourself, maintain yourself the last indigenous people to live by hunting
6. thrive, be happy, flourish, prosper, have fun, enjoy life, enjoy yourself, luxuriate, live life to the full, make the most of life My friends told me to get out and live a bit.
live it up (Informal) enjoy yourself, celebrate, have fun, revel, have a ball (informal), large it (Brit. slang), push the boat out (Brit. informal), paint the town red, make whoopee (informal), overindulge yourself There's no reason why you couldn't live it up once in a while.
live on or off something exist on, depend on, rely on, survive on, keep going on, subsist on, endure on, make ends meet on, stay alive on, keep your head above water, eke out an existence on, sustain yourself on He's been living on state benefits.
Proverbs
"Live and learn"
"Live and let live"
"They that live longest see most"
"He lives long who lives well"

live

2
adjective
1. living, alive, breathing, animate, existent, vital, quick (archaic) tests on live animals
2. not recorded, actual, real-time, unedited a live radio show
3. active, connected, switched on, unexploded A live bomb had earlier been defused.
4. burning, hot, glowing, blazing, ignited, alight, red hot, smouldering a big pan gurgling over live coals
5. topical, important, pressing, current, hot, burning, active, vital, controversial, unsettled, prevalent, pertinent, hot-button (informal) Directors' remuneration looks set to become a live issue.
live wire (Informal) dynamo, hustler (U.S. & Canad. slang), ball of fire (informal), life and soul of the party, go-getter (informal), self-starter My sister's a real live wire, and full of fun.

live 1

verb
1. To have reality or life:
2. To have as one's domicile, usually for an extended period:
3. To maintain existence in a certain way:
4. To go through (life) in a certain way:

live 2

adjective
1. Marked by or exhibiting life:
2. Of great current interest:
Informal: hot.
Translations
بصورةٍ حَيَّه ومُباشِرَهحَي، غَيْر مَيِّتحَي، مُباشِرحَيٌّقُنْبُلَه حَيَّه
žítživýaktivníbydlitčilý
bolevelevendeliveoverleve
loĝivivi
elääeläväselvitäasua
živživjeti
élélő
hidup
búa, dveljaglóandií beinni útsendingulifalifa á, hafa lífsviîurværi af
生きる生きている
살다살아 있는
vivere
gyventi
darbīgsdegošsdzīvotdzīvseksistēt
trăiviu
nevybuchnutý
živetipreživljati sestanovativ živoživ
levalevandeskarpbo
พักอาศัยมีชีวิตอยู่สด
sốngtrực tiếp

live

1 [lɪv]
A. VI
1. (= exist) → vivir
the times we live inlos tiempos en que vivimos, los tiempos que corremos
she has only six months to livesólo le quedan seis meses de vida
to live from day to dayvivir de día en día
to live in fearvivir atemorizado
she lives in fear of her life/that she may be found outvive temiendo por su vida/que la descubran
to live for sth I'm living for the day (when) I retirevivo esperando a que llegue el día en que me jubile
she lived for her workvivía por y para su trabajo
to live for today or the momentvivir al día
I've got nothing left to live forno tengo nada por lo que vivir
to live and let livevivir y dejar vivir
we should eat to live, not live to eatdeberíamos comer para vivir, y no vivir para comer
you live and learnnunca te acostarás sin saber una cosa más
see also hand A1
see also happily 1
see also hope A1
see also long 1 B1
see also shadow A1
see also style A4
2. (= survive) the doctor said she would liveel médico dijo que sobreviviría
you'll live! > (hum) → ¡de ésta no te mueres! (hum)
he lived to a ripe old age/to be 103llegó a viejo/a cumplir 103 años
she'll never live to see itno vivirá para verlo
see also regret B2
3. (= conduct o.s.) → vivir
she lives by her own rulesvive según sus propias normas
men who lived by the gunhombres cuya ley era la pistola
to live modestly/wellvivir modestamente/bien
to live like a king or a lordvivir a cuerpo de rey
see also dangerously, sin A
4. (= earn one's living) → vivir
to live by huntingvivir de la caza
see also pen 1 A
see also wit 1 A1
5. (= reside) → vivir
where do you live?¿dónde vives?
to live in a flat/in Londonvivir en un piso/en Londres
she lives in Station Roadvive en Station Road
this is a nice place to liveeste es un buen sitio para vivir
this house isn't fit to live inesta casa está en pésimas condiciones
6. (Brit) (= go, belong) → ir, guardarse
where does the teapot live?¿dónde va or se guarda la tetera?
7. (= enjoy life) let's live a little!¡vivamos la vida un poquito!
she really knows how to livesabe disfrutar muy bien de la vida
if you've never been to an opera, you haven't livedsi no has ido nunca a la ópera no sabes lo qué es vivir
B. VT
1. [+ life] (gen) → vivir; (in particular way) → llevar
to live life to the fullvivir la vida al máximo
to live a happy lifellevar una vida feliz
to live a life of luxury/crimellevar una vida de lujos/de delincuencia
to live a life of hardshipvivir pasando penurias
how you live your life is your businesstu vida es cosa tuya
2. (Theat) to live the partvivir el personaje or el papel
live down VT + ADV I thought I'd never live it downpensé que no se iba a olvidar nunca
he was unable to live down his reputation as a drunkno consiguió librarse de su fama de borracho
live in VI + ADV [servant, nanny] → vivir en la casa
live off VI + PREP
1. (= depend financially on) → vivir a costa de; (= support o.s. on) → vivir de
he lives off his unclevive a costa de su tío
she lives off the income from her investmentsvive de las rentas de sus inversiones
see also land A2
2. (= eat) → alimentarse de
live on
A. VI + PREP
1. (= subsist on) what does he live on?¿de qué vive?
he lives on £50 a weekvive con 50 libras por semana
we have just enough to live ontenemos lo justo para vivir
to live on borrowed timetener los días contados
2. (= feed on) → alimentarse de
she lives on cheesevive sólo a base de queso
she absolutely lives on chocolateno come otra cosa más que chocolate
B. VI + ADV (= go on living) [person, memory, tradition] → seguir vivo
his memory lives on within ussu recuerdo sigue vivo en nosotros
Lenin lives on in the minds and hearts of many peopleLenin sigue vivo en las mentes y corazones de muchas personas
live out
A. VI + ADV [servant] → vivir fuera
B. VT + ADV
1. (= live to the end of) she won't live the year outno vivirá hasta fin de año, no llegará a fin de año
the house where he lived out his last three yearsla casa donde vivió sus últimos tres años
he lived out the war in the countrymientras duró la guerra vivió en el campo
he wanted to live out his life in his own homequería vivir or pasar el resto de sus días en su propia casa
he lived out his days in a mental asylumacabó sus días en un psiquiátrico
2. (= act out) [+ fantasy] → vivir
live through VI + PREP
1. (= experience) → vivir
she has lived through two world warsha vivido dos guerras mundiales
2. (= survive) → sobrevivir
he won't live through the winterno sobrevivirá el invierno
live together VI + ADV (in amity) → convivir; (as lovers) → vivir juntos
live up VT + ADV to live it up > (= have fun) → pasárselo en grande; (= live in luxury) → darse la gran vida
live up to VI + PREP
1. (= be true to) [+ principles] → vivir de acuerdo con; [+ promises] → cumplir
2. (= be equal to) [+ reputation, expectations] → estar a la altura de
marriage failed to live up to her expectationsel matrimonio no estuvo a la altura de or defraudó sus expectativas
his brother's success will give him something to live up toel éxito de su hermano le dará algo que igualar
the new president has not lived up to their hopesel nuevo presidente ha defraudado sus esperanzas
the product doesn't live up to its nameel producto no hace honor a su nombre
live with VI + PREP
1. (= coexist with) [+ person, memory] → vivir con
he's not an easy person to live withno es una persona con la que se pueda vivir fácilmente
to live with the knowledge thatvivir sabiendo que ...
I'd never be able to live with myself if I let that happenjamás podría vivir tranquila or vivir con mi conciencia si dejara que pasara eso
2. (= accept) → aceptar
you'll have to learn to live with ittendrás que aprender a aceptarlo

live

2 [laɪv]
A. ADJ
1. (= living) [animal, person] → vivo
experiments on live animalsexperimentos mpl con animales vivos
a real live crocodileun cocodrilo de verdad
a real live dukeun duque de carne y hueso
9.1 deaths per thousand live births9,1 muertes por cada mil bebés nacidos vivos
2. (= topical) [issue] → de actualidad, candente
3. (Rad, TV) [broadcast, coverage] → en vivo, en directo; [performance, show, recording] → en vivo
the bar has live entertainment at weekendsel bar tiene espectáculos en vivo los fines de semana
performed before a live audienceinterpretado delante del público
4. (= not blank) [shell, ammunition] → cargado; [bomb] → sin explotar
5. (= still burning) [coal] → encendido, prendido (LAm)
6. (Elec) [cable, wire, appliance] → conectado, con corriente
is this cable live?¿está conectado or tiene corriente este cable?
B. ADV
1. (Rad, TV) → en vivo, en directo
the match is brought to you live from Madridle ofrecemos el partido en vivo or en directo desde Madrid
here, live from New York, is our reporter Malcolm McDonaldaquí tenemos a nuestro corresponsal Malcolm McDonald que nos habla en directo desde Nueva York
we'll be going live to Montreal later onconectaremos con Montreal en directo más adelante
2. to go live (= come into operation) → entrar en funcionamiento
the new computer system will go live next weekel nuevo ordenador entrará en funcionamiento la semana que viene
C. CPD live bait N (Fishing) → cebo m vivo
live coal Nbrasa f, ascua f
live export N [of livestock] → exportación f en pie
live oak Nroble m de Virginia
live rail Nraíl m electrizado
live weight N [of livestock] → peso m en pie
live wire N (Elec) → alambre m conectado, alambre m con corriente (fig) → torbellino m
he's a real live wire!¡es un torbellino!, ¡tiene mucha marcha!
live yoghurt Nyogur m con biocultivos

live

[ˈlɪv]
vi
(gen)vivre
We need water to live → Nous avons besoin d'eau pour vivre.
people who live in poverty → les gens qui vivent dans la pauvreté
She lived to 102 → Elle a vécu jusqu'à 102 ans.
to live with sb [+ partner, relation] → vivre avec qn; [+ flatmate] → vivre avec qn
I live with my grandmother → Je vis avec ma grand-mère.
She's living with two Greek students → Elle vit avec deux étudiants grecs.
to live in fear of sth → vivre dans la peur de qch
to live by hunting → vivre de la chasse
to live for sb/sth → ne vivre que pour qn/qch
Laura lived for those kids → Laura ne vivait que pour ces enfants.
to live through sth [+ war, experience] → vivre qch
to live to regret it → avoir à le regretter
to live to regret sth → avoir à regretter qch
to live to regret doing sth → avoir à regretter d'avoir fait qch
live and let live → vivre et laisser vivre
(in house, street, town, area, country)vivre, habiter
Where do you live? → est-ce que tu habites?
to live in London → habiter (à) Londres
I live in Edinburgh → J'habite (à)Édimbourg.
vt
[+ life] → vivre
We can start living a normal life again → Nous pouvons recommencer à vivre une vie normale.
to live one's life → vivre sa vie
I've learned to live life one day at a time → J'ai appris à vivre ma vie au jour le jour.
to live and breathe sth [+ subject, activity, hobby] → ne vivre que pour qch
[ˈlaɪv] adj
[animal] → vivant(e)
(= not recorded) [broadcast, pictures] → en direct; [show, concert] → live inv
a live show → un spectacle live
[issue] → d'actualité, brûlant(e)
[bomb] → non explosé(e)
live ammunition → munitions fpl de combat
[ˈlaɪv] adv [broadcast, perform] → en direct
live down
vt sep [+ mistake, failure] → pouvoir faire oublier
live in
vi
[servant, nanny, nurse] → vivre à demeure
She has a nurse who lives in → Elle a une infirmière qui vit à demeure.
[student] → être interne
Most first-year students here live in → La plupart des étudiants en première année sont internes.
live off
vt fus
[+ land, fish, food] → vivre de
[+ salary, sum of money] → vivre avec
She has to live off £46 a week → Elle doit vivre avec 46 livres par semaine.
(pejorative) [+ parents] → vivre aux crochets de
live on
vt fus
[+ food] → vivre de
[+ benefit, salary] → vivre de
He lives on benefit → Il vit de ses indemnités.
I don't have enough money to live on → Je n'ai pas assez d'argent pour vivre.
to live on £50 a week → vivre avec 50 livres par semaine
vi (= continue to live) → continuer à vivre
live out
vi (British) [student] → être externe
vt fus
[+ years] → vivre
to live out one's days, to live out one's years → finir sa vie
[+ dream, fantasy] → vivre
live together
vi [couple] → vivre ensemble
My parents aren't living together any more → Mes parents ne vivent plus ensemble.
They're not married, they're living together → Ils ne sont pas mariés, ils vivent ensemble.
live up
vt sep
to live it up → mener la grande vie
live up to
vt fus
to live up to sb's expectations → être à la hauteur des espérances de qn, être à la hauteur des attentes de qn
The film didn't live up to my expectations → Le film n'était pas à la hauteur de mes espérances or de mes attentes.lived-in [ˈlɪvdɪn] adj [house, flat] → habité(e); [+ face] → marqué(e) par le tempslive-in [ˌlɪvˈɪn] adj [nanny] → à demeure
live-in partner → concubin(e)
her live-in lover → son compagnon

live

1
vt lifeführen; to live a partin einer Rolle aufgehen; he had been living a liesein Leben war eine Lüge; to live one’s own lifesein eigenes Leben leben; he lives and breathes golfer lebt nur für Golf
vi
(= be alive, survive)leben; there is no man living who can equal himes gibt niemanden, der es ihm gleichtun könnte; will he live, doctor?wird er (über)leben, Herr Doktor?; don’t worry, you’ll live, it’s only a broken anklereg dich nicht auf, du stirbst schon nicht, du hast nur einen gebrochenen Knöchel; long live Queen Anne!lang lebe Königin Anne!; we live and learnman lernt nie aus; to live and let liveleben und leben lassen; to live like a king or lordfürstlich or wie Gott in Frankreich leben; not many people live to be a hundrednicht viele Menschen werden hundert (Jahre alt); to live to a ripe old ageein hohes Alter erreichen; his name will live for eversein Ruhm wird nie vergehen; his music will live for everseine Musik ist unvergänglich; his spirit still lives in his worksein Geist lebt in seinem Werk weiter; if the spirit of the Renaissance should ever live againwenn der Geist der Renaissance je wieder erwachen sollte; it was as though the father were living again in the sones war, als lebte der Vater im Sohn weiter; to live by one’s witssich (so) durchschlagen; to live by one’s penvon seinen Büchern or vom Schreiben leben; to live by crimevon Verbrechen leben; they lived in fear of losing their jobssie lebten in ständiger Angst, ihre Stelle zu verlieren; he lived through two warser hat zwei Kriege miterlebt; to live through an experienceeine Erfahrung durchmachen; the patient was not expected to live through the nightman rechnete nicht damit, dass der Patient die Nacht überstehen or überleben würde; people living with HIV and AIDSMenschen mit HIV und Aids; I would rather like to live to the end of the centuryich möchte die Jahrhundertwende noch miterleben; to live within one’s incomenicht über seine Verhältnisse leben; you’ll live to regret itdas wirst du noch bereuen; he lives for his work/childrener lebt für seine Arbeit/Kinder
(= experience real living) I want to liveich will leben or was erleben (inf); that’s existing, not livingdas ist doch kein Leben; you’ve never skied? you haven’t lived!du bist noch nie Ski gefahren? du weißt gar nicht, was du versäumt hast!; you’ve never lived until you’ve discovered Cretewer Kreta nicht kennt, hat noch nicht gelebt; before she met him she hadn’t livedsie begann erst zu leben, als sie ihn kennenlernte
(= reside)wohnen, leben; (animals)leben; he lives at 19 Marktstraßeer wohnt in der Marktstraße Nr. 19; he lives in Gardner St/on the High Streeter wohnt in der Gardner St/auf der or in der Hauptstraße; who lives in that big house?wer bewohnt das große Haus?, wer wohnt in dem großen Haus?; he lives with his parentser wohnt bei seinen Eltern; a house not fit to live inein unbewohnbares Haus, ein Haus, in dem man nicht wohnen kann; this house is not fit for a human being to live indies ist eine menschenunwürdige Behausung
(inf: = belong) where does this jug live?wo gehört der Krug hin?; the knives live in this drawerdie Messer gehören in diese Schublade
the other athletes couldn’t live with him/the pacedie anderen Läufer konnten mit ihm/mit dem Tempo nicht mithalten

live

2
adj
(= alive)lebend; issue, questionaktuell; a real live dukeein waschechter Herzog; live birthsLebendgeburten pl
(= having power or energy) coalglühend; matchungebraucht; cartridge, shellscharf; (Elec) → geladen; “danger, live wires!”Vorsicht Hochspannung!“; she’s a real live wire (fig)sie ist ein richtiges Energiebündel
(Rad, TV) → live; a live programme (Brit) or program (US) → eine Livesendung; live broadcast (TV, Rad) → Direktübertragung f
adv (Rad, TV) → live, direkt

live

1 [lɪv]
1. vi
a. (exist, survive) → vivere
to live to be 100 → vivere fino all'età di or a 100 anni
he hasn't long to live → non gli resta molto da vivere
as long as I live → finché vivo or campo
to live through an experience → sopravvivere a un'esperienza
he lived through two wars → ha visto due guerre
to live like a lord → vivere da signore or come un re
she lives for her family → vive solo per la famiglia
I'm living for the day when ... → vivo solo nell'attesa del giorno in cui...
the doctors have given her three months to live → i medici le hanno dato tre mesi di vita
you'll live! (iro) → vedrai che non morirai!
to live with a memory → essere perseguitato/a da un ricordo
he's not easy to live with → non è facile vivere con lui
you live and learn → c'è sempre qualcosa da imparare
live and let live → vivi e lascia vivere
to live by.../by doing ... → guadagnarsi da vivere con.../facendo...
long live the King! → viva il re!
b. (reside) → abitare, vivere
to live in London → abitare or vivere a Londra
I live in Grange Road → abito in Grange Road
2. vt to live a happy life/a life of hardshipavere una vita felice/dura
to live life to the full → godersi la vita
to live a life of luxury → vivere nel lusso
to live the part (Theatre) (fig) → immedesimarsi nella parte
live down vt + adv (disgrace) → far dimenticare (alla gente)
live in vi + adv (students, nurses) → essere interno/a; (servants) → avere vitto e alloggio
live off vi + prep (land, food) → vivere di (pej) (parents) → vivere alle spalle or a spese di
live on
1. vi + prep (food, fruit, salary) → vivere di
to live on £50 a week → vivere con 50 sterline la settimana
enough to live on → abbastanza per vivere
live out
1. vi + adv (Brit) (students) → essere esterno/a; (housekeeper) → essere a mezzo servizio
2. vt + adv to live out one's days or lifetrascorrere gli ultimi anni
live together vi + adv (cohabit) → vivere insieme, convivere
live up vt + adv to live it up (fam) → fare la bella vita
live up to vi + adv + prep (principles) → tenere fede a, non venir meno a; (reputation) → essere all'altezza di
the film didn't live up to our expectations → il film ci ha deluso
live with vi + prep (cohabit with) → vivere con; (put up with) I'll learn to live with itmi ci abituerò
I can't live with that pink door any more → non sopporto più quella porta rosa

live

2 [laɪv]
1. adj
a. (animal) → vivo/a; (issue) → scottante, d'attualità (Radio, TV) (broadcast) → in diretta; (music, concert) → dal vivo
a real live crocodile → un coccodrillo in carne e ossa
live yoghurt → yogurt ricco di fermenti lattici vivi
b. (shell, ammunition, not blank) → carico/a; (unexploded) → inesploso/a (Elec) (rail) → sotto tensione; (wire) → ad alta tensione; (still burning, coal) → ardente
2. adv to be broadcast liveessere trasmesso/a in diretta

live1

(liv) verb
1. to have life; to be alive. This poison is dangerous to everything that lives.
2. to survive. The doctors say he is very ill, but they think he will live.; It was difficult to believe that she had lived through such an experience.
3. to have one's home or dwelling (in a particular place). She lives next to the church.; They went to live in Bristol / in a huge house.
4. to pass (one's life). He lived a life of luxury.; She lives in fear of being attacked.
5. (with by) to make enough money etc to feed and house oneself. He lives by fishing.
-lived adjective
having (a certain type of) life. long-lived.
ˈliving adjective
1. having life; being alive. a living creature; The aim of the project was to discover if there was anything living on Mars.
2. now alive. the greatest living artist.
noun
the money etc needed to feed and house oneself and keep oneself alive. He earns his living driving a taxi; She makes a good living as an author.
ˈliving-room noun
the room of a house etc in which the occupants of the house usually sit during their leisure time.
live-in adjective
living in the same place with a sexual partner without being married to him/her. a live-in partner/boyfriend.
live and let live
to tolerate other people's actions and expect them to tolerate one's own.
live down
to live through the shame of (a foolish act etc) till it is forgotten.
live in/out
to have one's home at, away from, the place where one works. All the hotel staff live in; The nurse chose to live out.
live on
1. to keep oneself alive by eating. He lives on fish and potatoes.
2. to be supported (financially) by. He lives on $40 a week.
live up to
to behave in a manner worthy of. He found it difficult to live up to his reputation as a hero.
(with)in living memory
within a period recent enough to be remembered by someone still alive. It was the worst harvest in living memory.

live2

(laiv) adjective
1. having life; not dead. a live mouse.
2. (of a radio or television broadcast etc) heard or seen as the event takes place; not recorded. I watched a live performance of my favourite opera on television; Was the performance live or recorded?
3. full of energy, and capable of becoming active. a live bomb
4. burning. a live coal.
adverb
(of a radio or television broadcast etc) as the event takes place. The competition will be broadcast live.
ˈlively adjective
active; full of life, high spirits or movement. She took a lively interest in us; The music is bright and lively.
ˈliveliness noun
ˈlivestock noun
domestic animals, especially horses, cattle, sheep, and pigs.
live wire
1. a wire charged with electricity.
2. a person who is full of energy and enthusiasm. He is very quiet, but his sister is a real live wire.

live

حَيٌّ, يَعِيشُ žít, živý bo, leve, levende leben, lebend ζω, ζωντανός vivir, vivo elää, elävä vivant, vivre živ, živjeti vivere, vivo 生きている, 生きる 살다, 살아 있는 leven, levend, wonen leve, levende, overleve przeżyć, żyć, żywy viver, vivo живой, жить leva, levande พักอาศัย, มีชีวิตอยู่ canlı, yaşamak sống, trực tiếp 存活, 活的, 生活

live

v. vivir, existir;
___ birthnacimiento con vida.

live

adj (vaccine, etc.) vivo; vi vivir; to — with vivir con, convivir con; to live with diabetes..vivir con diabetes…to live with smokers..convivir con fumadores…Who do you live with?..¿Con quién vive Ud.?
References in classic literature ?
Her father called her `Little Miss Tranquility', and the name suited her excellently, for she seemed to live in a happy world of her own, only venturing out to meet the few whom she trusted and loved.
It was his notion that the moment one of the people took one of the truths to himself, called it his truth, and tried to live his life by it, he became a grotesque and the truth he embraced became a falsehood.
For the men were determined to get to the lifeboats, and a small craft would not have had a minute to live in such seas as were running.
Although Jim Burden and I both live in New York, and are old friends, I do not see much of him there.
She will sleep upon a cot in the room next to ours," responded Ma'ame Pelagie, "and live as we do.
In a very short time after I went to live at Balti- more, my old master's youngest son Richard died; and in about three years and six months after his death, my old master, Captain Anthony, died, leav- only his son, Andrew, and daughter, Lucretia, to share his estate.
Sixpence a year wasn't enough to live on-- even in those days, long ago; and if the Doctor hadn't had some money saved up in his money- box, no one knows what would have happened.
I answered, "it was easy to be eloquent on so copious and delightful a subject, especially to me, who had been often apt to amuse myself with visions of what I should do, if I were a king, a general, or a great lord: and upon this very case, I had frequently run over the whole system how I should employ myself, and pass the time, if I were sure to live for ever.
In winter, when everything is dead and the ground covered with snow, she must come and live with me in my palace underground.
Formerly, as you know, I used to live in absolute stillness--so much so that if a fly took wing it could plainly be heard buzzing.
In the fullness of his belief that such a thing must be, he mentioned its probability to his wife; and the first time of the subject's occurring to her again happening to be when Fanny was present, she calmly observed to her, "So, Fanny, you are going to leave us, and live with my sister.
We have come to dedicate a portion of that field as a final resting place for those who here gave their lives that this nation might live.