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Live

Pronunciation of Live
/lˈa͡ɪv/, /lˈa‍ɪv/, /l_ˈaɪ_v/

Antonyms for live:

recorded, die, noncurrent, inelastic, depart, dead, unloaded, dull, unreverberant, uncharged.

Synonyms for live:

Sense 1

live out, resident, deathlike, all-star, apposite, homestead, base, topical, matchstick, camp, take up, occupy, unexploded, anti-personnel, insentient, go along, relevance, on air, germane, encamp, anti-tank, televisual, proportionate, carry over, stagy, overnight, set up, bankable, woodpile, stay out, camp out, applicable, deadliness, unmissable, rattle around, go without, winter, deathlessness, vivify, settle down, fit together, schtick, live in, nonnuclear, off-screen, move in, coexist, co-occur, evergreen, arrive, everlasting life, salient, squat, safety match, come from, rendition, board, proportional, residential, overwinter, house-sit, overstay, fend for oneself, relevant, lethality, continuity, terrestrial, stellar, pertinent, revivify, antiaircraft, underrated, board out, foredoom.

Sense 4

doom, taper, day, mortal, radio, revive, television, immortality, ride, existence, quicken, rage, fate, ghastly, cord, duration, term.

Sense 5

eternity, succumb, around, progress, kick around, restore, casualty.

Sense 6

explosive, settle.

Sense 7

pursue, late, spill, right, room.

Sense 8

life, manage, straight, breathe.

Sense 9

weak.

Sense 10

match.

Sense 11

color, heavy.

Sense 13

stir.

alive

surviving.

be

be.

endure

live on.

exist

be, make it.

survive

live by.

without delay

immediate.

all (adjective)

hot, unrecorded.

energetic, vigorous (adjective)

working, alert, pertinent, topical, lively, brisk, functioning, hot, active, operative, current.

existent (adjective)

animate, alive, vital, breathing, living.

live (adjective)

incarnate, organic, living, vital, animate, alive.

Sense 1 (noun)

settle, squat, settle down, come from, board, arrive.

Sense 2 (noun)

existing.

Sense 3 (noun)

germane, salient, applicable, real, pertinent, relevant, apposite.

Sense 4 (noun)

debut, off-screen, bankable, guest, evergreen, all-star, breathe.

Sense 5 (noun)

explosive, long-range, anti-tank, nonnuclear, anti-personnel, conventional, antiaircraft, nuclear, heavy.

Sense 6 (noun)

feed, occupy.

Sense 7 (noun)

pursue.

Sense 9 (noun)

kick around, obtain, co-occur, coexist.

Sense 11 (noun)

bubble, go along.

Sense 13 (noun)

on air, radio, televisual, on-screen, television, continuity, color, rating, programming.

Sense 14 (noun)

match, spill, cord, poker, matchstick, safety match, incendiary.

Sense 15 (noun)

manage, drop out, live by, room, go without.

alive (noun)

life, surviving, immortal.

live (noun)

experience, smoldering, know, subsist, whippy, resilient, charged, elastic, unrecorded, reverberant, glowing, untaped, hot, be, lively, alive, unfilmed, springy, living, loaded, in play, domicile, populate, smouldering, shack, dwell, people, inhabit, bouncy, current, reside, domiciliate, active, ringing.

happening (preposition)

up.

enjoy being alive (verb)

experience, love.

happening (verb)

up.

inhabit a dwelling (verb)

lodge, settle, bide, occupy, nest, reside, dwell.

live (verb)

persist, reside, survive, dwell.

make money to support living (verb)

feed, support.

stative (verb)

be.

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