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2 Translation results for live in Spanish

verb | adjective

live verb

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lived, has lived, is living, lives
vivir; llevar una vida; mantenerse; residir

Example sentences of
live verb

  • We learned about the people who lived during colonial times.
  • I wonder what it was like to live then.
  • She's one of the greatest writers who ever lived.
  • It was one of the largest animals that has ever lived.
  • He lived to the age of 92.
  • He's very sick and he may not live much longer.
  • I hope I live to see the day when you admit you've been wrong about me!
  • I'll remember that day for as long as I live.
  • He lives next door to his parents.
  • We lived in the city.

Synonyms of
live verb

Detailed synonyms for live verb

See: Reside

live adjective

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vivo; encendido; con corriente; cargado, sin estallar; de actualidad; en vivo, en directo

Example sentences of
live adjective

  • The store sells live fish in an aquarium.
  • They object to the use of live animals in scientific experiments.
  • We went to a nightclub with live music.
  • She was nervous about being interviewed on live radio.
  • The network is providing live coverage of the debate.
  • Use caution when you are working near live electrical wires.

Synonyms of
live adjective

Related phrases for live

Reverse translation for live

vivir  - to live, to live, to be alive, to go through, to experience, to subsist, to make a living, to reside, to spend one's life 
mantenerse  - to support oneself, to subsist 
residir  - to reside, to dwell 
vivo  - alive, vivid, bright, intense, lively, vivacious, sharp, clever 
encendido  - burning, flushed, fiery, passionate 
cargado  - loaded, bogged down, weighted down, close, stuffy, charged, strong 
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