Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Survive"

The meaning of "Survive" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does Relentless you survive mean?
A: Ok the sentence should read "Relentless, you survive". It means "You are relentless, you survive". "Relentless" in this context means you are determined, you never give up.
Q: What does “I survived my parent’s first year.” mean?
A: lol.
Cute present to bring to 1yr old birthday party. The balloon is really for the parents of their first child and means that all three of them successfully lived and remain a family. Funny.
Q: What does To survive mean?
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: What does survive mean?
A: sobrevivir pero la usamos mucho metafóricamente. No estoy seguro de este uso en español. Por ejemplo:

"I don't think I'm going to survive three more years with her!" ... en realidad, no va a morir. Implica que la odio o es una persona muy difícil.
Q: What does if by survive, you mean emotionally mean?
A: To have it, you need a computer and then download a gif on Google and access to this web on your computer and change your photo. Choose the gif you downloaded instead of a normal and that's is. You get the gif you like on your profile.
Btw, you can't have gif if you change your photo on your phone. Use your computer

Example sentences using "Survive"

Q: Please show me example sentences with survived.
A: 「Pokemon's name」survived the hit.
Q: Please show me example sentences with I survived.
A: I survived the plane chrash
Q: Please show me example sentences with only the paranoid survive .
A: a. Are you going to prepare for the end of the world?
b. No why would I?
c. Because only the paranoid will survive.

a. Why are you so afraid?
b. Because only the paranoid survive.

This phrase is not common to use in daily life.

Synonyms of "Survive" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between survive and subsist ?
A: If you are to survive it means you must acquire the needed things to live in life, like food and water. I hardly hear the word subsist, but it seems to mean caring or supporting for themselves or someone else.
Q: What is the difference between I will to survive and I will survive ?
A: The first one is wrong. Second one is correct. For example, I will survive this pandemic.
Q: What is the difference between survive and alive ?
A: Thanks a lot
Q: What is the difference between survive and endure ?
A: survive is meaning to get through a situation and continue to life

endure means to continue to go through a situation for a long time


He survived his camping trip

The team endured the weather

I have survived all my exams

I am enduring my exams.

I would say endure would be used in present tense more often whereas survive would commonly be in the past. Hope this makes sense
Q: What is the difference between survive and survive from ?
A: If I'm understanding, there isn't really a difference. If by "survive from" you want the past tense, like it already happened, you could say "survived". You already survived.
Examples might be "I survived the plane crash"
"I survived cancer"
"We must survive this storm"
"The medicine will help us survive"

Translations of "Survive"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I've barely survived or I barely survived?
A: I barely survived.

Other questions about "Survive"

Q: the key of surviving or the key to surviving? which one is correct?
A: Key to surviving
Q: Please show me how to pronounce to survive, survived, survived .
A: @FernandaBravin
Q: you will not survive Does this sound natural?
A: Yes 😊 for abbreviation you can say :"You won't survive😊
Q: "I could survive of off this"

Is this correct?
A: I could survive OFF OF this
Q: I'll surely survive as I am strong. Does this sound natural?
A: @Think07: It makes grammatical sense but would not be used in common speech. Some more natural sounding ways to say this are:
I'm strong so I'll survive.

I'll survive because I'm strong.

I'm strong so I'll survive for sure.

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