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verb [I] (HAVE LIFE) 活着     /lɪv/
(to continue) to be alive or have life 生存;活着 He only lived a few days after the accident. 出事后他只活了几天就死了。 I hope I live to see my grandchildren. 我希望我能活到看见我孙子的那一天。 [+ to infinitive] Her granny lived to the ripe old age of 94. 她奶奶活到了94岁高龄。 Can the right to live ever be denied to any human? 人的生存权可以剥夺吗? She lived on well into her nineties. 她一直活到了90多岁。 Life and living
(Definition of live verb (HAVE LIFE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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