vivo


vivo
adj.
1 live, alive, living, above-ground.
2 lively, keen, alert, brisk.
3 bright, shining, vivid.
4 alive, passionate.
f. & m.
living person.
pres.indicat.
1st person singular (yo) present indicative of spanish verb: vivir.
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vivo
adjetivo
1 (que tiene vida) living; (que está) alive
materia viva living matter
Pepe está vivo Pepe is alive
2 (fuego, llama) live, burning
3 (lengua) living
4 figurado (color etc) bright, vivid
5 figurado (animado) lively, vivacious
6 figurado (dolor, emoción, etc) acute, deep, intense
7 figurado (descripción etc) lively, graphic
8 figurado (carácter) quick, irritable
9 figurado (listo) quick-witted
10 figurado (astuto) shrewd, sly
11 figurado (llaga, herida) open
nombre masculino,nombre femenino
1 living person
los vivos the living
2 familiar figurado (astuto) quick-witted person
nombre masculino vivo
1 COSTURA trimming, border
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FRASEOLOGÍA
a lo vivo vividly
de viva voz verbally, by word of mouth
en carne viva raw, red raw 2 figurado fresh
en vivo TELEVISIÓN live
al rojo vivo red-hot
herir a alguien en lo más vivo / tocar a alguien en lo más vivo figurado to cut somebody to the quick
¿quién vive? MILITAR who goes there?
ser el vivo retrato de / ser la viva imagen de familiar to be the spitting image of
tener el genio vivo to be quick-tempered
fuerzas vivas figurado driving forces
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vivo
nombre masculino
1 COSTURA trimming, border
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(f. - viva)
adj.
1) alive
2) lively
3) vivid
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vivo, -a
1. ADJ
1) (=con vida)
a) [persona, animal] (tras sustantivo) living; (tras verbo) alive

los seres vivos — living beings

lo quemaron vivo — he was burned alive

se busca vivo o muerto — wanted, dead or alive

venden los cebos vivos — they sell live bait

b) [piel] raw

tenía la piel en carne viva — his skin was raw

me dio o hirió en lo más vivo — it cut me to the quick

a lo vivo —

le quitó la muela a lo vivo — he just pulled the tooth clean out

lo explica a lo vivo — he explains it very expressively

describir algo a lo vivo — to describe sth very realistically

cal, fuerza 5), lágrima, lengua 4)
2) (TV, Radio)

en vivo — (=en directo) live; (=en persona) in person

una transmisión en vivo desde el estadio — a live broadcast from the stadium

un espectáculo con música en vivo — a live music show, a show with live music

¿has visto en vivo a algún famoso? — have you ever seen anyone famous in the flesh?

3) (=intenso) [descripción] vivid, graphic; [imaginación, mirada, ritmo] lively; [movimiento, paso] quick, lively; [color] bright; [sensación] acute; [genio] fiery; [ingenio] ready; [inteligencia] sharp, keen; [filo] sharp

su recuerdo siempre seguirá vivo entre nosotros — her memory will always be with us, her memory will live on in our minds

rojo 2., 1), voz 1)
4) [persona] (=listo) clever; (=astuto) sharp; (=animado) lively

pasarse de vivo — to be too clever by half *

2. SM/ F
1) *
(=aprovechado)

es un vivo — he's a clever one *, he's a sly one *

2)

los vivos — the living

3.
SM (Cos) edging, border
* * *
I
-va adjetivo
1)
a) (con vida) alive

no quedó nadie vivo — no one was left alive

es una leyenda viva — he is a living legend

mantener vivo un recuerdo — to keep a memory alive

a lo vivo — (fam) without anesthetic*

en vivo — <actuación/transmisión> live

b) <lengua> living (before n)
2)
a) <persona> (despierto, animado) vivacious, bubbly; <descripción> vivid, graphic; <relato/imaginación> lively
b) <color> bright, vivid; <llama/fuego> bright; <ojos/mirada> lively, bright
c) <sentimiento/deseo> intense, strong

en lo más vivo: me hirió en lo más vivo he cut me to the quick; me afectó en lo más vivo — it affected me very deeply

3) (avispado, astuto) sharp

no seas tan vivo — don't try to be clever

esos vendedores son muy vivos — those salesmen are razor-sharp (colloq)

II
-va masculino, femenino (oportunista) sharp o smooth operator (colloq); (aprovechado) freeloader
* * *
= alive, live, living, vivid, quickened, vibrant + Color, bright [brighter -comp., brightest -sup.], living and breathing, surviving, walking, land of the living, the, spry [spryer comp., spryest -sup.], sprightly [sprightlier -comp., sprightliest -sup.], shrewd [shrewder -comp., shrewdest -sup.].
Ex. Armstrong Sperry's 'Call It Courage' is now some years old but still to my mind an attractive and alive book.
Ex. By designing the floors to carry a superimposed live load of 6.5 kN/m2, it is easy to move bookshelves, reader places and other library functions to any part of the building.
Ex. Few librarians have had both his dedication and ability to make the catalog a living tool serving all of the people.
Ex. There are vivid examples of serious fires and other natural disasters occuring in libraries that cause incalculable financial and academic losses to society.
Ex. For a storyteller preparation is like rehearsal for an orchestra; there will be passages that need emphasis, and some that need a slow pace, others that need a quickened tempo, and so on = La preparación de un narrador de cuentos es como el ensayo de una orquesta; habrá pasajes que necesiten énfasis, otros un ritmo lento, otros un ritmo acelerado, etcétera.
Ex. The store was gutted and rebuilt, according to his specifications, into a beautiful, modern facility, decorated in vibrant hues and furnished with the latest Herman Miller offerings.
Ex. The openness of the now accessible stacks is emphasised by use of glass and bright colours.
Ex. They are more than simple documents -- they are living and breathing expressions of important ethical concerns.
Ex. Interviews were with a surviving next of kin or a nonrelative about three months after the event of death.
Ex. He is a walking history of modern librarianship and has been a mentor to many.
Ex. This is a review article on a book by Stephen M. Borish 'The Land of the Living'.
Ex. A spry 80 years young, Virginia has been painting murals for the last 50 years and a lot can be said for the advantages of experience.
Ex. He was described as a 'sprightly nonagenarian' who was born in 1905.
Ex. Payment is very important and can be a problem so the businessman needs to be streetwise and shrewd with a good business acumen.
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* actuación en vivo = live performance, live entertainment.
* apagar la cal viva = slake + quicklime.
* a viva voz = open outcry.
* cal viva = quicklime.
* comerse Algo vivo, devorarse Algo = eat + Nombre + alive.
* concierto en vivo = live concert.
* continuar vivo = live on.
* cosa viva = living thing.
* de viva voz = orally, word-of-mouth, by word of mouth.
* el muerto al hoyo y el vivo al bollo = dead men have no friends.
* entre los vivos = land of the living, the.
* en vivo = live-action, in vivo, live.
* imaginación muy viva = vivid imagination.
* leyenda vivida = living legend.
* llorar a lágrima viva = sob + Posesivo + heart out, cry + Posesivo + heart out, cry + uncontrollably.
* mantener Algo vivo = keep + the flame alive, keep + Nombre + at the fore.
* mantener vivo = keep + alive, keep + Nombre + going.
* materia viva = living matter.
* monumento vivo = living monument.
* música en vivo = live music.
* no vivo = nonliving [non-living].
* organismo vivo = living thing.
* permanecer vivo = remain + alive.
* ponerse al rojo vivo = reach + boiling point, fire up.
* publicación seriada viva = active serial.
* revista viva = active journal.
* rojo vivo = vibrant red, vermilion [vermillion].
* seguir vivo = live on, stay + alive.
* sentirse vivo = feel + alive.
* ser un vivo retrato de = be a dead ringer for.
* servicio de referencia en vivo = live reference.
* ser vivo = sentient being.
* tener algo muy vivo en la mente de uno = be strong in + mind.
* viva + Nombre = long live + Nombre.
* vivos, los = living, the.
* * *
I
-va adjetivo
1)
a) (con vida) alive

no quedó nadie vivo — no one was left alive

es una leyenda viva — he is a living legend

mantener vivo un recuerdo — to keep a memory alive

a lo vivo — (fam) without anesthetic*

en vivo — <actuación/transmisión> live

b) <lengua> living (before n)
2)
a) <persona> (despierto, animado) vivacious, bubbly; <descripción> vivid, graphic; <relato/imaginación> lively
b) <color> bright, vivid; <llama/fuego> bright; <ojos/mirada> lively, bright
c) <sentimiento/deseo> intense, strong

en lo más vivo: me hirió en lo más vivo he cut me to the quick; me afectó en lo más vivo — it affected me very deeply

3) (avispado, astuto) sharp

no seas tan vivo — don't try to be clever

esos vendedores son muy vivos — those salesmen are razor-sharp (colloq)

II
-va masculino, femenino (oportunista) sharp o smooth operator (colloq); (aprovechado) freeloader
* * *
= alive, live, living, vivid, quickened, vibrant + Color, bright [brighter -comp., brightest -sup.], living and breathing, surviving, walking, land of the living, the, spry [spryer comp., spryest -sup.], sprightly [sprightlier -comp., sprightliest -sup.], shrewd [shrewder -comp., shrewdest -sup.].

Ex: Armstrong Sperry's 'Call It Courage' is now some years old but still to my mind an attractive and alive book.

Ex: By designing the floors to carry a superimposed live load of 6.5 kN/m2, it is easy to move bookshelves, reader places and other library functions to any part of the building.
Ex: Few librarians have had both his dedication and ability to make the catalog a living tool serving all of the people.
Ex: There are vivid examples of serious fires and other natural disasters occuring in libraries that cause incalculable financial and academic losses to society.
Ex: For a storyteller preparation is like rehearsal for an orchestra; there will be passages that need emphasis, and some that need a slow pace, others that need a quickened tempo, and so on = La preparación de un narrador de cuentos es como el ensayo de una orquesta; habrá pasajes que necesiten énfasis, otros un ritmo lento, otros un ritmo acelerado, etcétera.
Ex: The store was gutted and rebuilt, according to his specifications, into a beautiful, modern facility, decorated in vibrant hues and furnished with the latest Herman Miller offerings.
Ex: The openness of the now accessible stacks is emphasised by use of glass and bright colours.
Ex: They are more than simple documents -- they are living and breathing expressions of important ethical concerns.
Ex: Interviews were with a surviving next of kin or a nonrelative about three months after the event of death.
Ex: He is a walking history of modern librarianship and has been a mentor to many.
Ex: This is a review article on a book by Stephen M. Borish 'The Land of the Living'.
Ex: A spry 80 years young, Virginia has been painting murals for the last 50 years and a lot can be said for the advantages of experience.
Ex: He was described as a 'sprightly nonagenarian' who was born in 1905.
Ex: Payment is very important and can be a problem so the businessman needs to be streetwise and shrewd with a good business acumen.
* actuación en vivo = live performance, live entertainment.
* apagar la cal viva = slake + quicklime.
* a viva voz = open outcry.
* cal viva = quicklime.
* comerse Algo vivo, devorarse Algo = eat + Nombre + alive.
* concierto en vivo = live concert.
* continuar vivo = live on.
* cosa viva = living thing.
* de viva voz = orally, word-of-mouth, by word of mouth.
* el muerto al hoyo y el vivo al bollo = dead men have no friends.
* entre los vivos = land of the living, the.
* en vivo = live-action, in vivo, live.
* imaginación muy viva = vivid imagination.
* leyenda vivida = living legend.
* llorar a lágrima viva = sob + Posesivo + heart out, cry + Posesivo + heart out, cry + uncontrollably.
* mantener Algo vivo = keep + the flame alive, keep + Nombre + at the fore.
* mantener vivo = keep + alive, keep + Nombre + going.
* materia viva = living matter.
* monumento vivo = living monument.
* música en vivo = live music.
* no vivo = nonliving [non-living].
* organismo vivo = living thing.
* permanecer vivo = remain + alive.
* ponerse al rojo vivo = reach + boiling point, fire up.
* publicación seriada viva = active serial.
* revista viva = active journal.
* rojo vivo = vibrant red, vermilion [vermillion].
* seguir vivo = live on, stay + alive.
* sentirse vivo = feel + alive.
* ser un vivo retrato de = be a dead ringer for.
* servicio de referencia en vivo = live reference.
* ser vivo = sentient being.
* tener algo muy vivo en la mente de uno = be strong in + mind.
* viva + Nombre = long live + Nombre.
* vivos, los = living, the.

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vivo1 -va
adjective
A
1 (con vida) alive
[ S ] se busca vivo o muerto wanted, dead or alive
los mosquitos me están comiendo vivo (fam); I'm being eaten alive by mosquitoes
no vimos ninguna serpiente viva we didn't see any live snakes
es ya una leyenda viva he is a legend in his own lifetime, he is a living legend
mantuvo viva su fé she kept her faith alive
a lo vivo (fam); without anesthetic*
en vivo live
música en vivo live music
hicieron el programa en vivo they did the program live
2 ‹lengua› living (before n)
el idioma sigue vivo the language is still alive
B
1 ‹persona› (despierto, animado) vivacious, bubbly
2 ‹descripción› vivid, graphic; ‹relato/imaginación› lively
aún tengo vivo en la memoria aquel momento I can still remember that moment vividly
3 ‹color› bright, vivid; ‹llama/fuego› bright rojo2 (↑ rojo (2))
4 ‹ojos/mirada› lively, bright
5 ‹sentimiento/deseo› intense, strong
lo más vivo: sus palabras me llegaron a lo más vivo her words cut me to the quick
su muerte me afectó en lo más vivo his death affected me very deeply
C (avispado, astuto) sharp
ése es muy vivo y no se va a dejar engañar that guy is too smart o sharp to be taken in (colloq)
no seas tan vivo, que ésta es mi parte don't try to be clever o to pull a fast one, this is my share (colloq)
esos vendedores son muy vivos those salesmen are razor-sharp (colloq)
vivo2 -va
masculine, feminine
(fam)
1 (oportunista) sharp o smooth operator (colloq)
2 (aprovechado) crafty devil (colloq)
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Del verbo vivir: (conjugate vivir)

vivo es:

1ª persona singular (yo) presente indicativo

Multiple Entries:
vivir    
vivo
vivir (conjugate vivir) verbo intransitivo
1 (en general) to live;
vive solo he lives alone o on his own;

vivo para algo/algn to live for sth/sb;
vivo en paz to live in peace;
la pintura no da para vivo you can't make a living from painting;
el sueldo no le alcanza para vivo his salary isn't enough (for him) to live on;
vivo de algo ‹de la caridad› to live on sth;

del arte/de la pesca› to make a living from sth;
ver tb
renta

2 (estar vivo) to be alive
3 (como interj):
¡viva el Rey! long live the King!;

¡vivan los novios! three cheers for the bride and groom!;
¡viva! hurray!
verbo transitivo
a) (pasar por):

vivo momentos difíciles to live in difficult times;

los que vivimos la guerra those of us who lived through the war
b)personaje/músicato live

c)vidato live

vivo
-va adjetivo

1
a) (con vida) alive;

no quedó nadie vivo no one was left alive;

en vivo ‹actuación/transmisiónlive
b)lengualiving (before n)

2
a)persona› (despierto, animado) vivacious, bubbly;

descripciónvivid, graphic;
relato/imaginaciónlively
b)colorbright, vivid;

llama/fuegobright;
ojos/miradalively, bright
c)sentimiento/deseointense, strong

3 (avispado, astuto) sharp;
no seas tan vivo don't try to be clever

■ sustantivo masculino, femenino (oportunista) sharp o smooth operator (colloq);
(aprovechado) freeloader
vivir
I verbo intransitivo
1 (tener vida) to live: vivió ochenta años, she lived to be eighty
¡aún vive!, he's still alive!
2 (estar residiendo) to live: viven en Australia, they live in Australia
3 (en la memoria) su recuerdo aún vive en nosotros, our memories of him still live on
4 (subsistir) no es suficiente para vivir, it's not enough to live on
esa gente vive de la caza, those people live from o by hunting
5 (convivir) viven juntos desde hace muchos años, they've been living together for years
II vtr (pasar una experiencia) to live through
III sustantivo masculino
1 life, living
2 (una persona) de mal vivir, loose, disreputable
♦ Locuciones: dejar vivir a alguien, (no molestar) vive y deja vivir, live and let live; familiar no vivir alguien, (preocupación, angustia) desde que tiene esa grave enfermedad, sus padres no viven, his parents have been in a state of anxiety since he's had this serious illness; familiar vivir la vida alguien, (libertad, ociosidad) ha acabado la carrera y ahora se dedica a vivir la vida, now he's finished his university studies he's going to enjoy life
vivo,-a
I adjetivo
1 alive: todavía está vivo, he's still alive
(un espectáculo) en vivo, live ➣ Ver nota en alive 2 (persona: vital, alegre) vivacious
(astuta) sharp
3 (intenso, brillante) bright
una camisa de un rojo vivo, a bright red shirt
4 (un relato, descripción) lively, graphic
(un sentimiento) intense, deep
II sustantivo masculino y femenino (persona avispada, astuta) sharp
♦ Locuciones: al rojo vivo, red-hot
familiar vivito y coleando, alive and kicking
'vivo' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
actualmente
- alegre
- alta
- alto
- ardiente
- criatura
- despierta
- despierto
- emisión
- ser
- estrangular
- extremidad
- fogón
- macho
- mantener
- prodigio
- retrato
- revivir
- roja
- rojo
- salud
- subsistir
- viva
- crecer
- espabilado
- inquieto
- listo
- paseo
- posibilidad
- punta
- que
- vivir
English:
active
- actually
- alive
- alone
- animate
- animated
- bright
- brighten up
- dad
- daddy
- deep
- develop
- eat
- fur
- hot up
- image
- keen
- live
- lively
- living
- midway
- near
- on
- out
- quicktempered
- red-hot
- rich
- solid
- spit
- still
- up
- vivid
- beyond
- concert
- glow
- hedge
- hedgerow
- home
- longing
- memory
- pull
- quick
- red
- sear
- survive
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vivo, -a
adj
1. [ser, lengua] living
2. [tras verbo] alive;
estar vivo [persona, costumbre, recuerdo] to be alive;
su recuerdo sigue vivo entre los suyos his memory lives on among his family;
quemar vivo alguien to burn sb alive
3. [intenso] [dolor, deseo, olor] intense;
[luz, color, tono] bright; [genio] quick, hot; [paso, ritmo] lively;
un vivo interés por algo a lively interest in sth
4. [con vitalidad] [gestos, ojos] lively;
[descripción, recuerdo] vivid;
es el vivo retrato de su padre he's the spitting image of his father
5. [despierto] quick, sharp;
[astuto] shrewd, sly
los vivos nmpl
the living
en vivo loc adj
[en directo] live; [sin anestesia] without anaesthetic;
haremos el programa en vivo we will do the programme live
* * *
vivo
I adj
1 alive;
los seres vivo living things;
en vivo concierto live
2 fig fam
sharp, smart
3 color bright
4 ritmo lively
II m, viva f sharp operator
* * *
vivo, -va adj
1) : alive
2) intenso: vivid, bright, intense
3) animado: lively, vivacious
4) astuto: sharp, clever
5)
en vivo : live
transmisión en vivo: live broadcast
6)
al rojo vivo : red-hot
* * *
vivo adj
1. (con vida) alive
las víctimas del naufragio aún están vivas the victims of the shipwreck are still alive
los seres vivos living beings
2. (intenso) bright
colores vivos bright colours
3. (listo) clever [comp. cleverer; superl. cleverest]
es una niña muy viva she's a very clever girl

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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