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Translation of "live" - English-Turkish dictionary

live

verb     /lɪv/
ALIVE [I]
B1 to be alive yaşamak, canlı olmak, hayatta kalmak She only lived a few days after the accident. I hope I live to see my grandchildren.Life and living
live at/in/near, etc
A1 to have your home somewhere yaşamak, ikamet etmek, yaşamını sürdürmek They live in New York. We live near each other. Where do you live?Living or sleeping somewhereHome
WAY OF LIVING [I, T]
B1 to spend your life in a particular way bir yerde yaşamak/yaşamını sürdürmek Many people are living in poverty.Life and living
I'll never live it down! humorous
something you say about an embarrassing experience that other people will not forget Asla unutmayacağım!', 'Bu anı hiç bir zaman unutamayacağım!', 'Bu benim kulağıma küpe olsun!' Embarrassing
(Definition of live verb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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