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From the English verb live:
living is:
   Gerund

living  Noun
  1. Translate "living" to Spanish: sustento
    English Synonyms of "living": bread and butter, livelihood, sustenance
    Define meaning of "living": The financial means whereby one lives.
  2. Each child was expected to pay for their keep.
    He applied to the state for support.
    He could no longer earn his own livelihood.

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  3. Translate "living" to Spanish: área de estar, salón de estar
    English Synonyms of "living": living room, sitting room
    Define meaning of "living": A room in a private house or establishment where people can sit and talk and relax.

  4. Translate "living" to Spanish: la vida, el vivir
    English Synonyms of "living": life


  5. Translate "living" to Spanish: beneficio otorgado a un miembro del clero
    English Synonyms of "living": benefice granted to a clergyman

living  Adjective
  1. Translate "living" to Spanish: viviente, con vida, vivo, animado, en existencia
    English Synonyms of "living": alive, animated, on this side of the grave, quickened, existing, live, above-ground, existent, surviving, breathing
    Define meaning of "living": Still in active use. ; Still in existence. ; Pertaining to living persons.
  2. A living language.
    The Wollemi pine found in Australia is a surviving specimen of a conifer thought to have been long extinct and therefore known as a living fossil.
    The only surviving frontier blockhouse in Pennsylvania.
    Within living memory.

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  3. Translate "living" to Spanish: viviente, ferviente
    English Synonyms of "living": ardent, fervent
    Define meaning of "living": Characterized by strong enthusiasm. ; Characterized by intense emotion.
  4. A living (ardent) faith, Una fe viviente.

Conceptually-related expressions of "living"
activities of daily living
activity of daily living
all living souls
be a living creature
be a living example of
be living
be living it up
be living proof of
be living together
be living with
be someone's living image
be the living image of
better living standard
better standard of living
between living persons
between the living
branch of biology concerned with the effects of the outer space on Earth's living organisms
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building designed with human living accomodations
clean living
clean-living
concerned with earning a living
condition of being a child without living parents
congregate living
cost of living
cost-of-living
cost of living adjustment
cost-of-living allowance
cost of living allowance
cost-of-living bonus
cost-of-living clause
cost of living index
cost of living plan
creeping increase in the general cost of living
daily living
daily living skill
daily living skills
decline in living standards
do for a living
earn a bare living
earn a living
earn an honest living
earn one's living
earn one's living honorably
earn one's living honourably
engaged in and living on crime
engaged in some specialized and socially despised way of living
enjoy a wealthy way of living
enjoy living
every living soul
existential living
family living expenditure
family living expenses
fond of good living
for a living
for earning a living
for making a living
free living
free-living
free living nematode
ghostly counterpart or double of a living person
go into the living room
go on living
good living
have a decent living
having a healthy way of living
high cost of living
high living
higher living
higher living standard
higher standard of living
in living color
increase in the general cost of living
independent living
independent living centers
individual living entity
infect with California's way of living
involving study of electrical phenomena in living bodies
keep on living
large living room
long-living
loose living
loose-living
lust for living
make a living
make a living by swindling
make living worthwhile
make one's living
make the living
management of living resources
many a man living today
many a woman living today
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minimum living wage
not a living soul
now discredited theory that living organisms can originate from non-living matter
of the earliest living things
of the electric phenomena occurring in living organisms
open paved area connected to a house or an apartment house serving as an outdoor living area
originated from living organisms
passion for living
person living next door
person's way of making a living
physiologically independent living organism
pick up a living
plant that obtains its nutrients from being parasitic or predatory on other living organisms
population living by agriculture
principle of non-violence towards any living creature
raise living hell
rate of living
revocable living trust
right to nominate or present a clergyman to a church living
rising cost of living
science that deals with the chemistry of living matter
scrape a bare living
scrape a living
scratch a living
sedentary living
short-living
short-living insect
spiritual energy or supernatural power that is object of veneration and dwells in all things and living beings
spread of California's way of living
standard of living
study of energy transformation in living organisms
style of living
successful living
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the living
thirst for living
uncontrolled increase in the general cost of living
vicarious living
way of living
what do you do for a living
what does he do for a living
within living memory
work for a living
worth living
write for a living
zest for living
live  Verb
  1. Translate "live" to Spanish: vivir, estar vivo, existir, subsistir, morar, ser
    English Synonyms of "live": live on, subsist, be alive, be living, exist, last, be, continue to exist, dwell, shack up
    Define meaning of "live": Have life, be alive. ; Lead a certain kind of life; live in a certain style. ; Support oneself.; Make one's home or live in.
  2. Our great leader is no more.
    My grandfather lived until the end of war.
    We had to live frugally after the war.
    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.
    She resides officially in Iceland.
    I live in a 200-year old house.
    These people inhabited all the islands that are now deserted.
    The plains are sparsely populated.

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  3. Translate "live" to Spanish: vivir, llevar
    English Synonyms of "live": enjoy, lead
    Define meaning of "live": Have benefit from. ; Derive or receive pleasure from; get enjoyment from; take pleasure in.
  4. Enjoy life, Vivir la vida.

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live  Adjective
  1. Translate "live" to Spanish: vivo
    English Synonyms of "live": alive, living, above-ground, animated, on this side of the grave, surviving, breathing
    Define meaning of "live": Having life.
  2. A live canary.
    Hit a live nerve.
    Famous living painters.
    Living tissue.

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  3. Translate "live" to Spanish: en vivo, no grabado
    English Synonyms of "live": not recorded

  4. Translate "live" to Spanish: en directo
    English Synonyms of "live": direct
    Define meaning of "live": Actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing.
  5. A live television program.
    Brought to you live from Lincoln Center.
    Live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience.

  6. Translate "live" to Spanish: electrizado, conectado
    English Synonyms of "live": with electricity, electrified
    Define meaning of "live": Charged or energized with electricity.
  7. A hot wire.
    A live wire.


  8. Translate "live" to Spanish: sin estallar, activado
    English Synonyms of "live": activated
    Define meaning of "live": Charged with an explosive.
  9. Live ammunition.
    A live bomb.

  10. Translate "live" to Spanish: de importancia actual
    English Synonyms of "live": of current importance

  11. Translate "live" to Spanish: aún por determinar
    English Synonyms of "live": still to be decided


live  Adverb
  1. Translate "live" to Spanish: en vivo, en directo

Verb Conjugation for "live"
Gerund: living

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