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Spanish translation of “exist”

exist

verb /iɡˈzist/
to be something real or actual
existir
Do ghosts really exist?
to stay alive; to continue to live
subsistir
It is possible to exist on bread and water.
existing adjec present or used now
existente, actual
existing laws/customers.
existence noun the state of existing
existencia
He does not believe in the existence of God How long has this rule been in existence?
(a way of) life
existencia
an uneventful existence.
existentialism noun (philosophy) a belief that people are responsible for their own actions and that the world has no meaning.
exitencialismo
existentialist noun
existencialista
(Definition of exist from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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