Definición de survive en inglés:

survive

Saltos de línea: sur|vive
Pronunciación: /səˈvʌɪv
 
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[no object]
1Continue to live or exist, especially in spite of danger or hardship: against all odds the child survived
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • They all needed to be pulling in the same direction in order to continue to survive.
  • Let's not kid ourselves, it is the type of cancer treatment available and where you live which determines who survives.
  • After Mr Russell was diagnosed he was given six months to live but survived for 15 years.
Sinónimos
remain alive, live, sustain oneself, cling to life, pull through, get through, hold on, hold out, make it, keep body and soul togethercontinue, remain, last, persist, endure, live on, persevere, abide, go on, keep on, carry on, stay around, linger, be extant, exist, be
1.1 [with object] Continue to live or exist in spite of (an accident or ordeal): he has survived several assassination attempts
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  • It is one thing to survive a terrible ordeal and another to learn to live with the fallout.
  • The humans who survived the disaster lived in a floating space colony.
  • After surviving the tragic ordeal, the infant has been united with her real father.
1.2 [with object] Remain alive after the death of (a particular person): he was survived by his wife and six children (as adjective surviving) there were no surviving relatives
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  • It is necessary that surviving family members remain together.
  • He said employers' schemes should not be required to link payments to inflation or to pay surviving partners after death.
  • Her special companion preceded her in death and she is survived by many close friends.
Sinónimos
outlive, outlast, live (on) after, live longer than, remain alive after
1.3Manage to keep going in difficult circumstances: she had to work day and night and survive on two hours' sleep
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Frosh week was when I learned how to survive on one hour of sleep and still have a fantastic day.
  • You learn how to wake up at the slightest sound and survive on less sleep than Mrs Thatcher.
  • The American economy can take many shocks and it will still survive somehow because of its tremendous depth.

Origen

late Middle English: from Old French sourvivre, from Latin supervivere, from super- 'in addition' + vivere 'live'.

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