living

living
I ['lɪvɪŋ]
nome
1) (livelihood) mezzi m.pl. di sostentamento

to earn o make a living guadagnarsi da vivere; to work for a living lavorare per vivere; what do you do for a living? — cosa fai di mestiere? che lavoro fai?

2) (lifestyle) vita f., modo m. di vivere

loose living — vita dissoluta

high living — tenore di vita elevato

3) relig. beneficio m., prebenda f.
4)

the living — + verbo pl. i vivi

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you're still in the land of the living! — chi non muore si rivede!

II ['lɪvɪŋ]
aggettivo [person, language] vivo; [organism, legend] vivente

to be living proof of — essere la prova vivente di

a living hell — un vero inferno

within living memory — a memoria d'uomo

there wasn't a living soul — non c'era anima viva

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adjective
1) (having life; being alive: a living creature; The aim of the project was to discover if there was anything living on Mars.) vivente, vivo
2) (now alive: the greatest living artist.) vivente
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living (1) /ˈlɪvɪŋ/
a.
1 vivo (anche fig.); vivente; contemporaneo: (fisiol., med.) living tissue, tessuto vivo; living languages, lingue vive; He is the living image of his mother, è il ritratto vivente di sua madre; a living reality, una viva realtà; the greatest living painter, il maggior pittore contemporaneo
2 vivo; ancora in uso
3 (di corso d'acqua) perenne
● (collett.) the living, i vivi □ a living being, un essere vivente □ living coals, carboni accesi, ardenti □ (fam.) the living daylights, la vita: to knock the living daylights out of sb., riempire q. di botte; dare un fracco di botte a q.; to scare the living daylights out of sb., spaventare q. a morte □ living death, morte apparente; (fig.) vita miserrima, vita dura, vitaccia □ living fossil, (zool., bot.) fossile vivente; (fig. fam.) fossile □ (arte) living picture, quadro vivente □ (geol.) living rocks, rocce vive □ (teatr.) living theatre, living theatre □ living water, acqua perenne □ in (o within) living memory, a memoria d'uomo □ to be a living skeleton, essere pelle e ossa.
♦ living (2) /ˈlɪvɪŋ/
A n.
1 [uc] (il) vivere; mezzi di sussistenza (o di sostentamento); vita; modo di vivere: to earn one's living, guadagnarsi da vivere (o la vita); plain living, vita modesta (o alla buona); standard of living, tenore di vita; good living, vita agiata; il vivere nell'abbondanza; right living, vita intemerata (o virtuosa); to scrape a living, sbarcare il lunario; tirare avanti
2 (relig.) beneficio; prebenda
B a. attr.
di vita: living conditions, condizioni di vita
living arrangements, soluzione abitativa; sistemazione □ (edil.) living quarters, zona giorno (di una casa) □ living room, (stanza di) soggiorno; tinello □ living space, (polit.) spazio vitale; (edil.) spazio abitabile (o utile); (edil.) zona giorno □ (edil.) living unit, alloggio unifamiliare □ a living wage, un salario sufficiente per vivere □ (scherz.) It's a living!, bisogna pur vivere! □ That's really living!, questa sì che è vita! □ DIALOGO-Asking about routine 1- What do you do for a living?, che mestiere fai?
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I ['lɪvɪŋ]
nome
1) (livelihood) mezzi m.pl. di sostentamento

to earn o make a living guadagnarsi da vivere; to work for a living lavorare per vivere; what do you do for a living? — cosa fai di mestiere? che lavoro fai?

2) (lifestyle) vita f., modo m. di vivere

loose living — vita dissoluta

high living — tenore di vita elevato

3) relig. beneficio m., prebenda f.
4)

the living — + verbo pl. i vivi

••

you're still in the land of the living! — chi non muore si rivede!

II ['lɪvɪŋ]
aggettivo [person, language] vivo; [organism, legend] vivente

to be living proof of — essere la prova vivente di

a living hell — un vero inferno

within living memory — a memoria d'uomo

there wasn't a living soul — non c'era anima viva


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