Detailed Translations for living from English to Spanish


living [the ~] noun

  1. the living (remaining)
    el parar
  2. the living (living room; sitting room)
  3. the living (animation; life; aliveness)
    – the condition of living or the state of being alive 1
    la animación

Translation Matrix for living:

NounRelated TranslationsOther Translations
animación aliveness; animation; life; living amusement; animation; brightfulness; carousing; cheer; cheerfulness; cheers; consolation; decency; diversion; encouragement; encouraging; enlivening; entertainment; flow; fun; good spirits; happiness; help; influx; inspiration; joy; joyfulness; lightheartedness; liveliness; merriment; mirth; neatness; orderliness; pleasure; putting on; revelry; roistering; rush; squash; stampede; stay; stimulation; support; switching on; tidiness; turning on; turning up; urging; urging on
cuarto de estar living; living room; sitting room
parar living; remaining
residente householder; inhabitant; lessee; lodger; renter; resident; tenant
vivo fastie; smart boy
- bread and butter; keep; life; livelihood; support; sustenance
VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
parar abandon; avert; bring to a close; bring to a conclusion; bring to a halt; bring to a standstill; bring to an end; cease; conclude; crib; cross; drop out; end; field; finish; finish off; foil; force something to stop; give up; halt; hinder; hold off; keep away; keep off; keep out; oppose; parry; prevent; pull out; put out; put to a stop; quit; sabotage; set out; sojourn; sojourn somewhere; stem; stop; stopping; thwart; turn off; upset; ward off
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- surviving
ModifierRelated TranslationsOther Translations
asentado living; resident; residing; settled able; capable; competent; efficient; established; good; situated; subdued
con sede en living; resident; residing; settled established; seated; situated; subdued
con vida alive; living
domiciliado living; resident; residing; settled established; situated
en vida alive; living
establecido living; resident; residing; settled established; estimated; fixed; founded; prescribed; set up; settled; situated; specific; specified; subdued
residente living; resident; residing; settled resident
vivo alive; living active; agile; agitated; aroused; astute; bright; busily engaged; busy; calculating; canny; cheerful; clever; colorful; colourful; contented; cunning; dodgy; dynamic; embittered; energetic; engaged; exasperated; excited; false; fierce; florid; flowered; fluttered; fullfilled; gay; glad; good natured; good-humored; good-humoured; good-tempered; happy; heated; keen; lively; low; mean; merry; nasty; occupied; perky; pleased; resourceful; satiated; satisfied; sharp; shrewd; slippery; sly; smart; spruce; tied up; underhand; unquenched; unslaked; vicious; vile; wily; wise

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Related Definitions for "living":

  1. (informal) absolute1
    • she is a living doll1
    • scared the living daylights out of them1
    • beat the living hell out of him1
  2. (used of minerals or stone) in its natural state and place; not mined or quarried1
    • carved into the living stone1
  3. still in active use1
    • a living language1
  4. still in existence1
    • the Wollemi pine found in Australia is a surviving specimen of a conifer thought to have been long extinct and therefore known as a living fossil1
  5. true to life; lifelike1
    • the living image of her mother1
  6. pertaining to living persons1
    • within living memory1
  7. the experience of being alive; the course of human events and activities1
  8. people who are still living1
    • save your pity for the living1
  9. the financial means whereby one lives1
  10. the condition of living or the state of being alive1

Wiktionary Translations for living:

  1. financial means; a means of maintaining life
  2. style of life
  1. -

Cross Translation:
living oficio métierprofession.
living vivo; viviente vivant — Qui douer de vie.

living form of live:

Conjugations for live:

  1. live
  2. live
  3. lives
  4. live
  5. live
  6. live
simple past
  1. lived
  2. lived
  3. lived
  4. lived
  5. lived
  6. lived
present perfect
  1. have lived
  2. have lived
  3. has lived
  4. have lived
  5. have lived
  6. have lived
past continuous
  1. was living
  2. were living
  3. was living
  4. were living
  5. were living
  6. were living
  1. shall live
  2. will live
  3. will live
  4. shall live
  5. will live
  6. will live
continuous present
  1. am living
  2. are living
  3. is living
  4. are living
  5. are living
  6. are living
  1. be lived
  2. be lived
  3. be lived
  4. be lived
  5. be lived
  6. be lived
  1. live!
  2. let's live!
  3. lived
  4. living
1. I, 2. you, 3. he/she/it, 4. we, 5. you, 6. they

Translation Matrix for live:

VerbRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alojar be established; have one's seat; live; lodge; reside; stay billet; quarter
alojarse be established; have one's seat; live; lodge; reside; stay accomodate someone; board; find somewhere to stay; live in; lodge; offer someone lodges; place; shelter; station
estar domiciliado be established; have one's seat; live; lodge; reside; stay
habitar be established; have one's seat; live; lodge; reside; stay accomodate someone; board; dwell in; inhabit; live in; lodge; occupy; offer someone lodges; place; reside; shelter; sojourn; station; take up residence
residir be established; have one's seat; live; lodge; reside; stay be established; dwell in; have one's seat; inhabit; live in; occupy; reside; sojourn; take up residence
tener su sede be established; have one's seat; live; lodge; reside; stay be established; have one's seat; reside
vivir be established; have one's seat; live; lodge; reside; stay endure; exist; live through
- be; dwell; endure; exist; experience; go; hold out; hold up; inhabit; know; last; live on; populate; subsist; survive
AdjectiveRelated TranslationsOther Translations
- alive; bouncy; hot; lively; resilient; springy; unrecorded
OtherRelated TranslationsOther Translations
alojar harbor; harbour

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Related Definitions for "live":

  1. capable of erupting1
    • a live volcano1
  2. possessing life1
    • a live canary1
  3. exerting force or containing energy1
    • live coals1
    • tossed a live cigarette out the window1
    • got a shock from a live wire1
    • live ore is unmined ore1
    • a live bomb1
    • a live ball is one in play1
  4. charged or energized with electricity1
    • a live wire1
  5. of current relevance1
    • a live issue1
    • still a live option1
  6. in current use or ready for use1
    • live copy is ready to be set in type or already set but not yet proofread1
  7. abounding with life and energy1
    • the club members are a really live bunch1
  8. elastic; rebounds readily1
  9. actually being performed at the time of hearing or viewing1
    • a live television program1
    • brought to you live from Lincoln Center1
    • live entertainment involves performers actually in the physical presence of a live audience1
  10. charged with an explosive1
    • live ammunition1
    • a live bomb1
  11. highly reverberant1
    • a live concert hall1
  12. not recorded1
    • the opera was broadcast live1
  13. have firsthand knowledge of states, situations, emotions, or sensations1
    • I have lived a kind of hell when I was a drug addict1
    • The holocaust survivors have lived a nightmare1
    • I lived through two divorces1
  14. have life, be alive1
    • My grandfather lived until the end of war1
  15. lead a certain kind of life; live in a certain style1
    • we had to live frugally after the war1
  16. pursue a positive and satisfying existence1
    • You must accept yourself and others if you really want to live1
  17. support oneself1
    • Can you live on $2000 a month in New York City?1
  18. continue to live through hardship or adversity1
    • The race car driver lived through several very serious accidents1
  19. inhabit or live in; be an inhabitant of1
    • People lived in Africa millions of years ago1

Wiktionary Translations for live:

  1. as it happens
  1. (broadcasting) Seen or heard from a broadcast, as it happens
  2. having life
  1. have permanent residence
  2. be alive

Cross Translation:
live vivir leven — het doormaken van het leven
live habitar huizen — intr|nld wonen
live vivir wonen — een permanente behuizing hebben
live vivir lebenBiologie: Stoffwechsel betreiben, sich vermehren und wachsen
live vivo lebendig — lebend, am Leben, nicht tot
live vivir; habitar wohnenintransitiv: wesentliche Zeit seines Lebens an einem bestimmten, geschützten Ort verbringen
live habitar; morar; residir demeurer — Habiter
live directo en direct — En temps réel, sans délai
live habitar; morar; residir habiter — Faire sa demeure,... (Sens général).
live morar; habitar; residir; alojar loger — Séjourner, avoir sa demeure habituelle ou temporaire dans un logis
live vivir vivredouer de vie, être en vie.

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