live

lɪv

Перевод:

Verb: жить дожить существовать обитать
Adjective: живой под напряжением жизненный реальный
Adverb: прямо непосредственно

Фразы:

to live with one's own brains - жить своим умом

live cigarette - дымящая сигарета

to live in a cocoon - жить в изоляции от мира

to be / live in cotton wool - жить безбедно

to live in deplorable conditions - жить в ужасающих условиях

to live in dignity - жить с достоинством

to live in a world of fantasy / fantasy world - жить в мире иллюзий

to live in filth - жить в грязи

house fit to live in - дом, готовый для проживания

live gig - живой концерт

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Примеры:

Live and learn! - Век живи, век учись!

They live well. - Они живут хорошо.

Do you live nearby? - Вы живёте поблизости?

Live and let live. - Живи сам и не мешай другим.

We live on a modest budget. - Мы живём на скромный бюджет.

The program was shown live. - Эта программа была показана в прямом эфире.

They live in dire poverty. - Они живут в крайней нищете.

We live outside the city. - Мы живём за городом.

They live in a small house. - Они живут в небольшом домике.

Where do they live? - Где они живут?

We lived in the city. - Мы жили в городе.

He lived to the age of 92. - Он дожил до девяносто двух лет.

What street does Ann live? - На какой улице живёт Энн?

Long live the King! - Да здравствует Король!

Where do these cups live? - Где обычно стоят эти чашки?

His name will live forever. - Его имя будет жить вечно.

They live near London. - Они живут недалеко от Лондона.

My grandmother lived to 85. - Моя бабушка дожила до 85 лет.

She lives a very busy life. - У неё очень насыщенная жизнь.

They live on a busy street. - Они живут на оживлённой улице.

They live up north. - Они живут там, на севере.

Monkeys live in trees. - Обезьяны живут на деревьях.

I used to live near there. - Я когда-то жил там поблизости.

I can live here rent-free. - Я могу жить здесь бесплатно.

I live about 10 miles away. - Я живу примерно в десяти милях отсюда.

They live in perfect union. - Они живут в полном согласии.

They live in this block. - Они живут в этом районе.

Long live free education! - Да здравствует бесплатное образование!

Does Paul still live here? - Пол всё ещё здесь живёт?

We live on a rural route. - Мы живём в сельской местности.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you are unable to live down a mistake, failure, or bad reputation, you are unable to make people forget about it.

If you live off another person, you rely on them to provide you with money.

If you live on or live off a particular amount of money, you have that amount of money to buy things.

If you live on or live off a particular amount of money, you have that amount of money to buy things.

If you live out your life in a particular place or in particular circumstances, you stay in that place or in those circumstances until the end of your life or until the end of a particular period of your life.

If you live through an unpleasant event or change, you experience it and survive.

If two people are not married but live in the same house and have a sexual relationship, you can say that they live together.

If someone or something lives up to what they were expected to be, they are as good as they were expected to be.

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Связанные термины:

as-live: (of a performance for a television programme) performed as though live but broadcast after a short delay to allow for the editing of mistakes, bad language, etc

go live: If a system, campaign, or other course of action goes live, it starts to be used.

live in: A live-in partner is someone who lives in the same house as the person they are having a sexual relationship with, but is not married to them.

live on: If you live on or live off a particular amount of money, you have that amount of money to buy things.

live up: to fulfil (an expectation, obligation, principle, etc)

live axle: an axle which rotates with the wheel ; driving axle

live data: data that is still relevant

live down: If you are unable to live down a mistake, failure, or bad reputation, you are unable to make people forget about it.

live high: to live in luxury

live load: a variable weight on a structure, such as moving traffic on a bridge

live oak: a hard-wooded evergreen oak, Quercus virginianus, of S North America : used for shipbuilding

live off: If you live off another person, you rely on them to provide you with money .

live out: If you live out your life in a particular place or in particular circumstances, you stay in that place or in those circumstances until the end of your life or until the end of a particular period of your life.

live rail: an electric rail track

live trap: a box constructed to trap an animal without injuring it

live well: to live in luxury

live wire: If you describe someone as a live wire, you mean that they are lively and energetic.

live with: to dwell with (a person to whom one is not married)

real live: You use real live to say that someone or something is present or exists, when you want to indicate that you think this is exciting and unusual or unexpected .

live-bearer: a fish, esp a cyprinodont, that gives birth to living young

live birth: the birth of a living child

live center: the center in the revolving spindle of a lathe or other machine on which work is turned

live centre: a conically pointed rod mounted in the headstock of a lathe that locates and turns with the workpiece

live steam: steam supplied directly from a boiler at full pressure, before it has performed any work

live-tweet: to post messages about (an event) on the Twitter website as it happens

live a lie: to live in a way which you feel to be dishonest and false

live coverage: The coverage of something in the news is the reporting of it.

live episode: An episode of something such as a series on radio or television or a story in a magazine is one of the separate parts in which it is broadcast or published .

live-forever: → sedum

live it up: If you live it up, you have a very enjoyable and exciting time, for example by going to lots of parties or going out drinking with friends .

live theatre: Theatre is entertainment that involves the performance of plays.

live through: If you live through an unpleasant event or change, you experience it and survive .

live together: If two people are not married but live in the same house and have a sexual relationship, you can say that they live together .

live up to: If someone or something lives up to what they were expected to be, they are as good as they were expected to be.

live yoghurt: yoghurt that contains live bacteria

a live wire: someone who is very lively and energetic

live in hope: If you live in hope that something will happen, you continue to hope that it will happen, although it seems unlikely, and you realize that you are being foolish .

live in sin: (of an unmarried couple ) to live together

live performer: A performer is a person who acts, sings, or does other entertainment in front of audiences .

live television: Television refers to all the programmes that you can watch .

live entertainment: Entertainment consists of performances of plays and films, and activities such as reading and watching television, that give people pleasure .

live performance: A performance involves entertaining an audience by doing something such as singing, dancing, or acting.

live and let live: to refrain from interfering in others' lives; to be tolerant

live in the past: If you accuse someone of living in the past, you mean that they think too much about the past or believe that things are the same as they were in the past.

live like a king: If you say that someone lives like a king, you mean that they are able to live in a very comfortable or luxurious way.

to live a lie: If you say that someone is living a lie, you mean that in every part of their life they are hiding the truth about themselves from other people.

to live in sin: If you say that two people are living in sin, you mean that they are living together as a couple although they are not married .

superload: a variable weight on a structure, such as moving traffic on a bridge

to live and let live: You say live and let live as a way of saying that you should let other people behave in the way that they want to and not criticize them for behaving differently from you.

live by one's wits: to gain a livelihood by craftiness and cunning rather than by hard work

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Однокоренные слова:

live down - загладить, искупить
live in - жить по месту работы, иметь квартиру по месту службы
live off - жить за чей-л. счет
live on - продолжать жить, пережить
live out - прожить, пережить, протянуть
live through - пережить, переживать
live together - ужиться
live up - жить согласно, принципам, быть достойным, оправдать, ожидания
live up to - жить согласно, быть достойным

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