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"Live" is an intransitive verb which is often translated as "vivir", and "bleed" is an intransitive verb which is often translated as "sangrar". Learn more about the difference between "live" and "bleed" below.
live(
lihv
)
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to be alive)
a. vivir
You have so much to live for.Tienes tanto por qué vivir.
2. (to reside)
a. vivir
I still live at my parents' house.Todavía vivo en casa de mis padres.
3. (to survive)
a. vivir
It was a serious accident, but she will live.Fue un accidente muy grave, pero vivirá.
4. (to conduct oneself)
a. vivir
He lives like nothing bad will ever happen to him.Vive como si nada malo jamás le fuera a pasar.
5. (to support oneself)
a. vivir
I can't live on what they're paying me right now.No puedo vivir con lo que me están pagando ahora.
6. (to enjoy)
a. vivir
You have to learn to live a little. You can't always be worrying.Tienes que aprender a vivir un poco. No siempre puedes estar preocupado.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
7. (to experience in a particular way)
a. vivir
The vacation we took was incredible. It was like living a dream.Las vacaciones que tomamos fueron increíbles. Era como vivir un sueño.
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
8. (alive)
a. vivo
They used nanostructures to extract molecules from live cells.Usaron nanoestructuras para extraer moléculas de células vivas.
9. (radio, television)
a. en vivo
The live recording of this song is the best.La grabación en vivo de esta canción es la mejor.
b. en directo
The reporter will be doing a live broadcast from the scene of the demonstrations.El corresponsal estará realizando un reportaje en directo desde la escena de las manifestaciones.
10. (in person)
a. en vivo
This bar has live music on Thursdays.Este bar tiene música en vivo los jueves.
11. (with an electric current)
a. conectado
Never touch a live socket with wet hands.Nunca toques un enchufe conectado con las manos mojadas.
12. (burning)
a. encendido
In some cultures, people walk over live coals.En algunas culturas, la gente camina sobre brasas encendidas.
An adverb is a word that describes a verb, an adjective, or other adverbs (e.g. to run quickly, very tired).
13. (radio, television)
a. en directo
The president's speech is being broadcast live.El discurso del presidente se presentará en directo.
b. en vivo
Nearly one billion people watched the World Cup final live.Casi mil millones de personas vieron la final de la Copa Mundial en vivo.
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bleed(
blid
)
An intransitive verb is one that does not require a direct object (e.g. The man sneezed.).
1. (to lose blood)
a. sangrar
I cut my finger when I was cooking, and it won't stop bleeding.Me corté el dedo cocinando y no para de sangrar.
b. salir sangre
His nose is still bleeding.Le sigue saliendo sangre de la nariz.
c. terner una hemorragia
The doctor told her her liver is bleeding.El doctor le dijo que tiene una hemorragia en el hígado.
2. (to ooze)
a. exudar savia (tree)
I broke a branch and the tree started bleeding.El árbol comenzó a exudar savia cuando le quebré una rama.
b. exudar resina (tree)
We'll make now an incision on the bark of the pine for it to bleed.A continuación, practicamos una incisión en la corteza del pino para que exude la resina.
3. (to run)
a. correrse (color or text)
There was a red t-shirt in the washer, and red bled into the white clothes.Había una remera roja en la lavadora y el rojo se corrió a la ropa blanca.
4. (to feel compassion)
a. partirse (one's soul or heart)
My soul started bleeding for little Hannah when I heard her story.Se me partió el alma cuando escuché la historia de la pequeña Hannah.
A transitive verb is a verb that requires a direct object (e.g. I bought a book.).
5. (medicine)
a. sangrar
Patients were bled with leeches as a curative method not so long ago.No hace mucho, a los enfermos se les sangraba con sanguijuelas como método curativo.
6. (to draw liquid from)
a. purgar (radiator or brakes)
We always bleed the radiators at the beginning of winter.Siempre purgamos los radiadores cuando comienza el invierno.
7.
A word or phrase that is commonly used in conversational speech (e.g. skinny, grandma).
(colloquial)
(to drain of money)
a. sangrar
The government is bleeding us with all these taxes.El gobierno nos está sangrando con todos estos impuestos.
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