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  1. live

    • IPA[lʌɪv]

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    • adj.
      not dead or inanimate; living;(of a vaccine) containing viruses or bacteria that are living but of a mild or attenuated strain.
    • adv.
      as or at an actual event or performance
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    • 1. as or at an actual event or performance the match will be televised live
    • n.
      an income sufficient to live on or the means of earning it: she was struggling to make a living as a dancer what does he do for a living?
    • adj.
      alive: living creatures flowers were for the living

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    • n.
      an income sufficient to live on or the means of earning it: she was struggling to make a living as a dancer what does he do for a living?
    • adj.
      alive: living creatures flowers were for the living

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    • n.
      a large lobed glandular organ in the abdomen of vertebrates, involved in many metabolic processes: cholesterol may accumulate in the liver a liver transplant

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    • n.
      a large lobed glandular organ in the abdomen of vertebrates, involved in many metabolic processes: cholesterol may accumulate in the liver a liver transplant

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    • n.
      a person who lives in a specified way: a clean liver high livers

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    • n.
      a person who lives in a specified way: a clean liver high livers

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    • IPA[līv]

    美式

    • adj.
      not dead or inanimate; living: live animals the number of live births and deaths
    • adv.
      as or at an actual event or performance: the match will be televised live

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    • IPA[lɪv]

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    • v.
      remain alive: the doctors said she had only six months to live both cats lived to a ripe age

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    • IPA[liv]

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    • v.
      remain alive: the doctors said she had only six months to live both cats lived to a ripe age

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