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uk   us   /ɪɡˈzɪs.təns/
B2 [U] the ​fact of something or someone ​existing: Many ​peoplequestion the existence ofGod. Modern ​cosmologybelieves the ​universe to have come into existence about 15 ​billionyears ago. The ​theatrecompany that they ​started is still in existence today.C1 [C usually singular] a ​particular way of ​life: She has a ​miserable existence ​living with him.
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 us   /ɪɡˈzɪs·təns/

existence noun (BEING )

[U] the ​state of being ​real, or of being ​known or ​recognized: During the first few ​years of ​its existence, the ​theater had no ​permanenthome.

existence noun (PRESENCE)

[U] the ​state of being ​present or of being a ​condition: the existence of ​poverty

existence noun (WAY OF LIVING)

[C usually sing] a way of ​living, esp. a ​difficult one: I ​lead a ​ratherisolated existence here in Washington.
(Definition of existence from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Traducciones de “existence”
en árabe وُجود…
en coreano 존재…
en portugués existência…
en catalán existència, vida…
en japonés 存在…
en chino (simplificado) 存在, 实有, 生活…
en turco varlık, var oluş, mevcudiyet…
en ruso существование, жизнь…
en chino (tradicionál) 存在, 實有, 生活…
en italiano esistenza…
en polaco istnienie, egzystencja…
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