Translation of "live" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

live

verb uk /lɪv/ us /lɪv/
BE ALIVE 活著

B1 [ I ] (to continue) to be alive or have life

生存;活著
He only lived a few days after the accident. 出事後他只活了幾天就死了。
[ + to infinitive ] I hope I live to see my grandchildren. 我希望我能活到看見我孫兒女的那一天。
Her granny lived to the ripe old age of 94. 她祖母活到了94歲高齡。
Can the right to live ever be denied to any human? 人的生存權可以剝奪嗎?
She lived on well into her 90s. 她一直活到了90多歲。
HAVE A HOME 居住
live in, at, etc.

A1 to have your home somewhere

住,居住
Where do you live? 你住在哪裡?
We live in Kingston. 我們住在倫敦。
Some students live on the University campus. 有些學生住在大學校園裡。
He lives with four other people in a shared house. 他和另外四個人同住在一所房子裡。

[ I ] informal to be kept usually in a particular place

放,放置,保存
Where do the knives live in your kitchen? 刀具放在廚房的甚麽地方了?
I'm not sure where this bowl lives. 我不知道這隻碗該放在哪裡。
SPEND LIFE 生活

B1 [ I usually + adv/prep, T ] to spend your life in a particular way

生活,過活
After a while you get used to living alone. 過一段時間你會適應一個人生活的。
When you retire, you want to live a comfortable life. 退休的時候,大家都希望能過著舒適的生活。
So the couple got married and lived happily ever after. 於是王子和公主成了親,從此他們過著幸福的生活。
He simply wants to live (out) (= experience) the rest of his days in peace. 他只想能安度餘生。
The TV's broken - we'll just have to live without (= not have) it for a while. 電視機壞了 ——這段時間我們只好不看電視了。
She certainly lived her life to the full (= was always doing something interesting). 她當然活得非常充實。
figurative The US is living beyond its means (= spending more than it earns). 美國人過的是借錢享樂的日子。
STAY ALIVE 活著

C2 [ I ] to stay alive, especially by getting enough money to pay for food, a place to stay, clothing, etc.

活著;(尤指靠…)過活,生活
For several years she lived by begging. 她以乞討為生過了好幾年。
She has an inheritance to live off (US also live off of) so she doesn't need to work. 她可以靠遺産生活,不必工作。
He only agreed to marry her so he could live off her (money). 他同意和她結婚只是為了她的錢。
CONTINUE 繼續

[ I ] (of things that are not alive) to exist or continue to exist

(指逝去的事物)繼續存在,留存
The memory of those terrible days lives on. 對那些恐怖的日子的記憶揮之不去。
INTERESTING LIFE 有趣的生活

[ I ] to have an interesting life

享受生活的樂趣,盡情地享受生活
I want to live a little before I settle down. 在安定下來之前我要好好享受一下生活。
If you haven't seen Venice, you haven't lived. 如果你沒到過威尼斯,就等於白活了一場。
adjective uk /laɪv/ us /laɪv/
HAVING LIFE 活的

[ before noun ] having life

活的
Millions of live animals are shipped around the world each year. 每年有數百萬隻動物被運到世界各地。
There was a tank of live lobsters in the restaurant. 餐廳裡有一箱活龍蝦。
AS IT HAPPENS 在其發生的同時

B1 (of a performance) broadcast, recorded, or seen while it is happening

現場直播的,現場錄製的;實況轉播的
This evening there will be a live broadcast of the debate. 今晚將現場直播這場辯論。
a live recording 現場錄音
ELECTRICITY

(of a wire) carrying or charged with electricity

(電線)帶電的
a live wire 火線
ABLE TO EXPLODE 可爆炸的

able to explode

可爆炸的
live rounds of ammunition 數發實彈
live shells 實彈
BURNING 燃燒的

(of a fire, coals, or a match) still burning or able to burn

(火、煤炭或火柴)燃燒的,可燃的
There are live coals in the fireplace. 壁爐裡的煤還在燃燒。
adverb uk /laɪv/ us /laɪv/

broadcast as it happens; performing or being performed in front of an audience

直播地;現場播出地
I've got two tickets to see them (perform) live. 我有兩張看他們現場演出的門票。
go live

If a new system, especially a computer system, goes live, it starts to operate.

(新系統,尤指電腦系統)開始運行;開始工作
Our new payments system will go live at the beginning of next month. 下個月初我們新的付費系統將開始運作。

(Translation of “live” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)