Noun(1) the experience of being alive; the course of human events and activities(2) people who are still living(3) the condition of living or the state of being alive(4) the financial means whereby one lives
Verb(1) be an inhabitant of or reside in(2) lead a certain kind of life; live in a certain style(3) continue to live and avoid dying(4) support oneself(5) have life, be alive(6) have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations(7) pursue a positive and satisfying existence
Adjective(1) pertaining to living persons(2) true to life; lifelike(3) (informal(4) still in existence(5) still in active use(6) (used of minerals or stone
(1) Luke 16, clearly illustrates that an impassable gulf separates the dead from the living .(2) For to this end Christ died and lived again, that he might be Lord both of the dead and of the living .(3) Artificial government intervention is what you happen to do for a living .(4) There are men who like much older women, but there aren't enough of them for a girl to make a proper living .(5) The gift of a sheep will provide a small farming family with the means to make a living .(6) He first acquired the vicarage of Sutton-on-the-Forest, later gaining a second living at Stillington.(7) The survivors often say God saved them but if he chose to save the living , did he choose to kill the lost?(8) The entire site is considered living space, with rooms formed both inside and out.(9) You take a guy who works hard all week trying to raise a family and earn a living .(10) Also, more than one in four Hispanic families earns a living below the national poverty level.(11) Even if one has left his native place, he continues to perform ritualistic practices at his present living place.(12) My childhood room constituted the perfect living space because I'd never known anything else.(13) This side of the eschaton the Spirit pours forth living waters, filled with novelty.(14) Aches and pains and sore muscles are almost synonymous with sporting and recreational activities, and just day-to-day living .(15) He later goes to the Basque country and is exposed to the living language.(16) I have my own living place and a new career, so things are really looking up.
(1) live :: byw
1. alive ::
2. current ::
ar hyn o bryd
3. complete ::
5. livelihood ::
6. way of life ::
ffordd o fyw
8. life ::
9. exist ::
10. reside in ::
yn byw yn
12. experience ::
13. survive ::
14. enjoy oneself ::
mwynhau eich hun
15. live on ::
16. be ::
17. know ::
18. populate ::
1. broken ::
2. dead ::
3. inactive ::
4. inoperative ::
Different Formsliving, livings, nonliving
Word Example from TV Shows
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I was good at what I was doing,
I could earn my LIVING.
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 7
you think you two
will keep LIVING together?
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 7
Yes. I accept this five-week mission to
share a LIVING space with my girlfriend.
The Big Bang Theory Season 10, Episode 4
And may I say,
you are the LIVING embodiment...
The Big Bang Theory Season 3, Episode 13
I took a three-hour nap on
the floor in the LIVING room.
The Big Bang Theory Season 11, Episode 17
English to Welsh Dictionary: living
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