living

living
adjective
1) (having life; being alive: a living creature; The aim of the project was to discover if there was anything living on Mars.) vivo
2) (now alive: the greatest living artist.) vivo
living1 adj vivo / viviente
a living thing un ser vivo
the living los vivos
living2 n vida
what do you do for a living? ¿cómo te ganas la vida?

living /'liBin/ sustantivo masculino (pl
-vings ) (esp AmS) living room
'living' also found in these entries: Spanish: actualmente - alma - barrer - bicho - cohabitación - colmo - comer - continuar - cuarta - cuarto - dedicarse - ser - espacio - garbanzo - haber - hacer - imagen - mendicidad - miseria - mueble - pared - pisada - presidir - residir - sala - salón - soñar - sustento - todavía - vida - vivir - viviente - carestía - condición - convivencia - costo - digno - domicilio - estar - fantasía - farrista - frijol - ganar - incómodo - menester - nivel - trabajar - vivo English: accustom - actually - alive - amiss - breeding ground - burst - carp - central - cost of living - dad - daddy - delusion - deplorable - drawback - dread - earn - expatriate - grand - imagine - living - living conditions - living room - living standards - lodger - ornate - previous - pros and cons - sin - spiral up - contemporary - cost - die - eke out - front - healthy - in - keep - life - long - lounge - memory - now - sitting - soul - standard - three
living
tr['lɪvɪŋ]
adjective
1 vivo,-a
one of the greatest living writers uno de los mejores escritores contemporáneos
every living creature todo bicho viviente
a living language una lengua viva
it was a living death fue como estar enterrado vivo
noun
1 vida
living conditions condiciones de vida
one needs a bit of living space se necesita un poco de espacio vital
what do you do for a living? ¿cómo te ganas la vida?
plural noun the living
1 los vivos nombre masculino plural
\
SMALLIDIOMATIC EXPRESSION/SMALL
to be the living image of somebody ser la viva imagen de alguien
to earn a living / make a living ganarse la vida
she makes a good living selling pottery se gana bien la vida vendiendo cerámica
living expenses dietas nombre femenino plural
living room salón nombre masculino, sala de estar
living standards nivel m sing de vida
living wage sueldo mínimo
living ['lɪvɪŋ] adj
: vivo
living n
to make a living : ganarse la vida
living
adj.
viviente adj.
vivo, -a adj.
n.
mantenimiento s.m.
modo de vivir s.m.
subsistencia s.f.
vida s.f.
vivir s.m.

I 'lɪvɪŋ
noun
1) (livelihood) (no pl)

to earn o make one's/a living — ganarse la vida

they scrape o scratch a living selling trinkets — sobreviven or malviven vendiendo chucherías

what do you do for a living? — ¿en qué trabajas?, ¿a qué te dedicas?

to work for a living — trabajar para vivir

the world doesn't owe you a living — no tienes derecho a vivir sin trabajar

2) u (style of life) vida f

clean/loose living — vida ordenada/disoluta; <space/area> destinado a vivienda; <conditions> de vida

living standards — nivel m de vida

3) (people) (+ pl vb)

the living — los vivos


II
adjective (before n) <person/creature> vivo

Spain's greatest living painter — el pintor vivo más importante de España

he was living proof of the power of the media — era prueba evidente or palpable del poder de los medios de comunicación

['lɪvɪŋ]
1. ADJ
1) (=alive) [person, creature, plant] vivo

I have no living relatives — no tengo ningún pariente vivo

Ireland's greatest living playwright — el mejor dramaturgo irlandés vivo or aún con vida

a living deathliter un infierno

living faith — fe f viva

he's the living image of his uncle — es el retrato vivo or la imagen viva de su tío

living language — lengua f viva

the worst drought in or within living memory — la peor sequía que se recuerda

the San Francisco earthquake is still within living memory — el terremoto de San Francisco tuvo lugar en nuestro tiempo

living proof — prueba f evidente or palpable

I didn't see a living soul — no vi a un alma

I promised I wouldn't tell a living soul — prometí que no se lo diría a nadie

there wasn't a living thing to be seen — no se veía a ningún ser vivo

daylight 1.
2) (=for living in) [area] destinado a la vivienda

our living accommodation was pretty basic — el lugar donde vivíamos era bastante modesto

2. N
1) (=livelihood)

to earn a living — ganarse la vida

what do you do for a living? — ¿cómo te ganas la vida?, ¿en qué trabajas?

now he has to work for a living — ahora tiene que trabajar para ganarse la vida

to make a living — ganarse la vida

he thinks the world owes him a living — piensa que tiene derecho a que se lo den todo regalado

2) (=way of life) vida f

the quality of urban living — la calidad de la vida en la ciudad

clean living — vida f ordenada

loose living — vida f disipada, vida f disoluta

cost 3., standard 3.
3.
NPL

the living — los vivos

4.
CPD

living area N — zona f destinada a la vivienda

living conditions NPL — condiciones fpl de vida

living expenses NPL — gastos mpl de mantenimiento

living quarters NPL(for students) residencia f ; (for soldiers, servants, staff) dependencias fpl

living room N — sala f de estar, living m

living space N — espacio m vital (also fig)

living standards NPL — nivel m de vida

a fall in living standards — un descenso del nivel de vida

living wage Nsalario de subsistencia

£20 a week isn't a living wage — con 20 libras a la semana no se puede vivir

living will N — declaración f de últimas voluntades (por la que el declarante se niega a que su vida sea prolongada por medios artificiales en caso de encontrarse enfermo en fase terminal)

* * *

I ['lɪvɪŋ]
noun
1) (livelihood) (no pl)

to earn o make one's/a living — ganarse la vida

they scrape o scratch a living selling trinkets — sobreviven or malviven vendiendo chucherías

what do you do for a living? — ¿en qué trabajas?, ¿a qué te dedicas?

to work for a living — trabajar para vivir

the world doesn't owe you a living — no tienes derecho a vivir sin trabajar

2) u (style of life) vida f

clean/loose living — vida ordenada/disoluta; <space/area> destinado a vivienda; <conditions> de vida

living standards — nivel m de vida

3) (people) (+ pl vb)

the living — los vivos


II
adjective (before n) <person/creature> vivo

Spain's greatest living painter — el pintor vivo más importante de España

he was living proof of the power of the media — era prueba evidente or palpable del poder de los medios de comunicación


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