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Spanish translation of “alive”

alive

adjective /əˈlaiv/
living and not dead
vivo
Queen Victoria was still alive in 1900.
full of activity
animado, activo
The town was alive with people celebrating.
continuing to exist
Vivo
We try to keep the old customs alive.
alive to aware of
consciente
He was alive to the dangers of the situation.
(Definition of alive from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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