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live

adjective
 
 
/laɪv/
LIFE having life
живой
Millions of live animals are shipped around the world each year.Life and living
ELECTRICITY A live wire has electricity in it.
находящийся под напряжением
Electricity and electronics
BROADCAST B1 A live radio or television programme is seen or heard as it happens.
прямой (о радио- и телепередаче)
live coverage a live broadcastSimultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequenceBroadcasting in general
AUDIENCE A live performance or recording of a performance is done with an audience.
живой, сыгранный перед публикой
a live concertSimultaneous and consecutiveOrder and sequenceBroadcasting in general
BOMB A live bomb has not yet exploded.
не взорвавшийся
Detonation and bombardment
Translations of “live”
in Korean 라이브의, 살아 있는…
in Arabic حَيّ, مُباشِر…
in French vivant, en direct, actif…
in Italian dal vivo, vivo…
in Chinese (Traditional) 活的…
in Turkish canlı, yaşayan, akım taşıyan kablo/tel…
in Polish żywy, pod napięciem, na żywo…
in Spanish vivo, en directo, activo…
in Portuguese ao vivo, vivo…
in German lebendig, live, scharf…
in Catalan en directe, viu…
in Japanese ライブ, 生きている…
in Chinese (Simplified) 活的…
(Definition of live adjective from the Cambridge English-Russian Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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