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American English: /ˈlɪvɪd/
British English: /ˈlɪvɪd/

Translation of livid in Spanish:


  • 1 (furious) [colloquial] to be livid with somebody
    estar furioso or [colloquial] furibundo con alguien
    Example sentences
    • He was livid, furious at his father and his anger grew with every tear his mother shed.
    • Ryder was seriously moving passed furious to livid.
    • Both were angry, more livid than she could imagine.
  • 2 2.1 (blueish)
    2.2 (white)
    livid pallor
    2.3 (reddish) she was livid with rage
    estaba lívida de rabia
    Example sentences
    • It was a livid blue colour although sometimes it melded through a shocking purple into a bright red.
    • His body in livid bruises is depicted against the background of Poland's national flag.
    • They were also concerned that Mrs Holland had a livid bruise on her jaw and had lost a tooth as a result of an assault the previous week.

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