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live

adverb
 
 
/laɪv/ COMMUNICATIONS
IT broadcast or seen while being performed or happening: The event will be screened live only by satellite broadcasters.
go live IT if a new system, especially a computer system, goes live, it starts to operate: Our new payments system will go live at the end of the month.
Translations of “live”
in Chinese (Traditional) 直播地, 現場播出地…
in Russian прямо, непосредственно в эфир…
in Turkish naklen, canlı…
in Chinese (Simplified) 直播的, 现场播出的…
in Polish na żywo…
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