live verb (BE ALIVE)
She lived on well into her 90s. 她一直活到了90多岁。
- Mrs Jones is failing fast, and the doctor doesn't think she'll live much longer.
- Few people live beyond the age of a hundred.
- The study found that men who were married lived longer than those who were not.
- All animals have to eat in order to live.
- Her joy at the birth of her son was tinged with sadness that her father had not lived to see him.
live verb (HAVE A HOME)
live in, at, etc.
live verb (SPEND LIFE)
After a while you get used to living alone. 过一段时间你会适应一个人生活的。
The TV's broken - we'll just have to live without (= not have) it for a while. 电视机坏了 ——这段时间我们只好不看电视了。
live verb (STAY ALIVE)
She has an inheritance to live off (US also live off of) so she doesn't need to work. 她可以靠遗产生活，不必工作。
live verb (CONTINUE)
live verb (INTERESTING LIFE)
live adjective (HAVING LIFE)
live adjective (AS IT HAPPENS)
a live recording 现场录音
live adjective (ELECTRICITY)
live adjective (ABLE TO EXPLODE)