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Adjective
The condition of being alive
“Jaques presents a new theoretical foundation for understanding the social behavior of all living organisms.”
Adjective
Currently in use or valid
“DNA research has confirmed the indigenous population as being the oldest living culture in the world at present.”
Adjective
Authentic, or closely resembling an object being compared to
“Art itself is a living image of the society in which it is implemented.”
Adjective
Still existing, present, or in use
Adjective
Existing or happening right now
Adjective
Experiencing sensation, thought, or feeling
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Living somewhere on a long-term basis
Adjective
Designed to be practical and useful, rather than attractive
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Actually being or existing
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Noun
An income sufficient to live on or the means of earning it
“And what does this lady do for a living to get a nickname like that?”
Noun
The pursuit of a lifestyle of the specified type
“Indoor living meets outdoor lifestyle on both levels of the house.”
Noun
A person's employment status
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The state of two or more things existing together, usually in a temporal or spatial sense, with or without mutual interaction
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The state of actuality or fact
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Maintain or support oneself, especially at a minimal level
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Present participle for to be alive at a specified time
“We live in a modern world where the online sphere constantly vies for our attention.”
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Present participle for to have as a home, usually in a given place or location
“I choose to live in a big city where there are many career opportunities.”
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Present participle for to survive, especially through work or employment
“We live by working at the fields harvesting rice and teas.”
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Present participle for to go through an experience
“After leaving home, I would begin to live a life full of adventure.”
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Present participle for to have an exciting or fulfilling life
“I have the energy of a 30-year-old and I want to get out there and live!”
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Present participle for to behave in a given manner, usually in reference to one's overall lifestyle
“Being confident and positive is a great way to live.”
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Present participle for to spend one's life in a given manner
“Elliot believed that he would live grandly once he won the lottery.”
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