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The Synonym of - Live (verb)

The Definition of - Live (verb)

    verb (used without object), lived
    [livd] /lɪvd/ (Show IPA),
    living.
    1.
    to have life, as an organism; be alive; be capable of vital functions:
    all things that live.
    2.
    to continue to have life; remain alive:
    to live to a ripe old age.
    3.
    to continue in existence, operation, memory, etc.; last:
    a book that lives in my memory.
    4.
    to maintain or support one's existence; provide for oneself:
    to live on one's income.
    5.
    to feed or subsist (usually followed by on or upon):
    to live on rice and bananas.
    6.
    to dwell or reside (usually followed by in, at, etc.):
    to live in a cottage.
    7.
    to pass life in a specified manner:
    They lived happily ever after.
    8.
    to direct or regulate one's life:
    to live by the golden rule.
    9.
    to experience or enjoy to the full:
    At 40 she was just beginning to live.
    10.
    to cohabit (usually followed by with).
    11.
    to escape destruction or remain afloat, as a ship or aircraft.
    verb (used with object), lived
    [livd] /lɪvd/ (Show IPA),
    living.
    12.
    to pass (life):
    to live a life of ease.
    13.
    to practice, represent, or exhibit in one's life:
    to live one's philosophy.
    Verb phrases
    14.
    live down, to live so as to allow (a mistake, disgrace, etc.) to be forgotten or forgiven:
    She'll never live that crucial moment of failure down.
    15.
    live in/out, to reside at or away from the place of one's employment, especially as a domestic servant:
    Their butler lives in, but the maids live out.
    16.
    live up to, to live in accordance with (expectations or an ideal or standard); measure up to:
    He never lived up to his father's vision of him.
    Idioms
    17.
    live high off / on the hog. hog (def 16).
    18.
    live it up, Informal. to live in an extravagant or wild manner; pursue pleasure:
    He started living it up after he got out of the army.
    19.
    live well, to live comfortably:
    They're not wealthy but they live well.