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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
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