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

The meaning of "Live" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does who'd lived mean?
A: Who'd is the contraction 'Who had'. Lived is past tense of 'live' or 'lives', as in alive. So basically, someone who has previously lived somewhere.
Q: What does live it and lean it mean?
A: @xxxai The expression is usually "Live and learn".

It means 'learn from experience'.

When something goes wrong, you might say "Oh well, you live and learn."
Q: What does I couldn't live with myself. mean?
A: they could not forgive themself
Q: What does "live" in 384 mean?
A: "Live ammunition" means real, possibly-lethal bullets, rather than rubber bullets or blanks. So it seems like people were actually killed while playing this "war game", even though the fighting was supposed to be fake.
Q: What does Live as if you were living for the second time and had acted as wrongly the first time as you are about to act now. mean?
A: This is a VERY complex sentence.

INDEPENDENT CLAUSE
"[You] live"

Independent Clause Subject:
"[You]" (implied)

Independent Clause Verb:
"Live"

DEPENDENT CLAUSE (contains two independent sub-clauses)
"as if you were living for the second time and had acted as wrongly the first time as you are about to act now."

Dependent Clause Subordinating Conjunction:
"as if"

Dependent Clause 1st Sub-clause:
"you were living for the second time"

Dependent Clause 1st Sub-clause subject:
"you"

Dependent Clause 1st Sub-clause verb:
"were living"

Dependent Clause 1st Sub-clause prepositional phrase:
"for the second time"

Dependent Clause Coordinating Conjunction:
"and"

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause:
"[you] had acted as wrongly the first time as you are about to act now"

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause subject:
"[you]" (implied)

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause verb:
"had acted"

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause adverbial phrase (modifying the verb "acted"):
"as wrongly the first time"

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause adverbial clause (modifying the adverb "wrongly"):
"as you are about to act now."

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause adverbial clause subject:
"you"

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause adverbial clause verb:
"are"

Dependent Clause 2nd Sub-clause adverbial clause prepositional phrase:
"about to act now"

Example sentences using "Live"

Q: Please show me example sentences with live on.
A: I live on a boat.
I live on to see another.
Q: Please show me example sentences with live down .
A: ‘Live down something’ to make people forget that you made a big mistake or did something very embarrassing in the past:

made a mistake and couldn't live it down

If you show up with green hair, your parents will never let you live it down.
Q: Please show me example sentences with live off of.
A: Are you planning to live off of your parents all your life ?
Q: Please show me example sentences with live up to.
A: That's right. This phrasal verb has two meanings...

To fulfil expectations
To fulfil a promise

You can use other words, for example "live up to a prediction"... but that's just another word for what is expected. : )

So these are the most common words I think. : )
Q: Please show me example sentences with live off of.
A: He will live off the land
He will live off his parents means he will stay at their house and they will support him.

Synonyms of "Live" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between "live a little!" and "enjoy your life!" ?
A: @tjstkdn Sure, Live a little means to tell someone to have more fun than they already are, Enjoy your life means to tell somebody to love their life in general.
Examples:
You would tell someone who is working too much to "Live a little. "
You would tell your child that is about to move out of the family's house to "Enjoy their life"
Q: What is the difference between live and life and leave ?
A: @AriiNao: live es vivir en algún lugar, life es un sustantivo que significa vida y leave es salir de algún sitio
Q: What is the difference between live out there and live there ?
A: "Live out there" emphasise that the place is far away from the center. If a person lives on the country side, it is "out there" because it is not inside the city.

or it can just be far away from the speaker.
Q: What is the difference between Where we live in and Where we live ?
A: where we live in would refer to your house or the place you directly live in.

where we live would refer to the general place you live at or the location of it.

you can use both cases interchangeably in most cases
Q: What is the difference between live and live in ?
A: "Live" is a verb that means to be alive. "Live in" specifies a location.

I live in my house. I live in America. I live here. I live my life.

Translations of "Live"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? to live and to leave
A: In this clip I say “to live” first and “to leave” second.

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? live
A: Depends on “I knew you lived here” and “the tv is live”
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? my live
A: my life?
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? live
A: live (as in i want to "live) - vivir


live (as in i watched the live show) - en vivo
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? live

Other questions about "Live"

Q: live does this sound natural?
A: I would try to say the "L" in live more. I hear "ive"
Q: "Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever." does this sound natural?
A: You should practice articulating the vogals a bit more.
The "r" pronunciation has still to get better.
Keep up!
Q: To live is to struggle. Showing weak is not being weak. does this sound natural?
A: So true though! I like your thoughts :)
Q: I live between the real and the virtual. does this sound natural?
A: Maybe "I live between the real and virtual worlds."
Q: We only live once.
人生は一度だけ。 (じんせいはいちどだけ) does this sound natural?
A: "You only live once" is the more typical way of phrasing it (though oddly, the meaning is exactly the same).

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