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Most common English words: French « family « earth « #406: live » hard » ask » question

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From Old English libban, lifian (to live)

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Infinitive
to Live

Third person singular
Lives

Simple past
lived

Past participle
lived

Present participle
living

to Live (third-person singular simple present Lives, present participle living, simple past and past participle lived)
  1. (intransitive) To be alive; to have life.
    He's not expected to live for more than a few months.
  2. (intransitive) To have permanent residence somewhere.
    I live at 2a Acacia Avenue.
  3. (intransitive) To survive, to persevere, to continue.
    Her memory lives in that song.
  4. (transitive) To spend, as one's life; to pass; to maintain; to continue in, constantly or habitually.
    to live an idle or a useful life.
    • 1921, Juanita Helm Floyd, Women in the Life of Balzac:
      Many people write their romances, others live them; Honore de Balzac did both.</span>
  5. (transitive) To act habitually in conformity with; to practice.
    • 2006, Laura Cardone, Motivation at Work[1]:
      Change happens from the inside out and this great resource can show you how to live the habits that build personal and professional effectiveness.</span>
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See alive

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Live (not comparable)

Positive
Live

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. Having life; that is alive. Used attributively.
    The post office will not ship live animals.
  2. Patrono:Broadcasting Seen or heard from a broadcast, as it happens.
    The station presented a live news program every evening.
  3. Of a performance or speech, in person.
    This night club has a live band on weekends.
  4. Of a recorded performance, made in front of an audience, or not having been edited after recording.
  5. Of firearms or explosives, capable of causing harm.
    The air force practices dropping live bombs on the uninhabited island.
  6. (circuitry) Electrically charged or energized, usually indicating that the item may cause electrocution if touched.
    Use caution when working near live wires.
  7. Patrono:Poker Being a bet which can be raised by the bettor, usually in reference to a blind or straddle.
    Tommy's blind was live, so he was given the option to raise.
  8. Featuring humans; not animated, in the phrases “live actors” or “live action”.
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  • Live in the sense of "having life" is used only attributively (before a noun), as in "live animals". Predicatively (after the noun), alive is used, as in "be alive". Living may be used either attributively or predicatively.
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Live (comparative more Live, superlative most Live)

Positive
Live

Comparative
more Live

Superlative
most Live

  1. Of an event, as it happens; in real time; direct.
    The concert was broadcast live by radio.
  2. Of making a performance or speech, in person.
    He'll be appearing live at the auditorium.
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Verbal form of the noun liv (life).

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  • IPA: /liːvə/, [ˈliːwə]

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Live (imperative liv, infinitive at live, present tense liver, past tense livede, past participle har livet)

  1. enliven
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Used with op (up): live op

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From English live (1965).

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Live

  1. live (as it happens)
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Live

  1. (of an event, as it happens; in real time; direct) live

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live inv.

  1. Performed or recorded live

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