living

living
adjective
1) (having life; being alive: a living creature; The aim of the project was to discover if there was anything living on Mars.) levende
2) (now alive: the greatest living artist.) nålevende
levebrød
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levende
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livsførsel
I
subst. \/ˈlɪvɪŋ\/
1) liv, det å leve, det å bo
living is expensive these days
be fond of good living
like å leve godt \/ like god mat og drikke
living in the same house became impossible
det ble umulig å bo i samme hus
2) levesett, levevis, levemåte
luxurious living
luksuriøs livsstil
3) levebrød, livsopphold, utkomme, inntekt
what does she do for a living?
hva jobber hun med?
write for a living
jobbe som skribent
4) (kirkelig) pastorat, prestekall
5) (foranstilt) livs-, leve-
the art of living kunsten å leve
good living det gode liv
living conditions leveforhold
living quarters bosted, bolig
living wage lønn som man kan leve på
make\/earn a living tjene til livets opphold, forsørge seg
he made quite a good living by it
han klarte seg ganske bra på det
not earn even a bare living ikke engang tjene til salt i maten
plain living and high thinking et enkelt og filosofisk liv
way of living seway, 1
II
adj. \/ˈlɪvɪŋ\/
1) levende, i live
2) nålevende, samtidig
are your parents living?
lever foreldrene dine?
no man living could do it better
ingen nålevende kan gjøre det bedre
3) naturtro, levende, livaktig
4) (om kull) glødende
5) (om stein, fjell e.l.) fast, hard, forklaring: som er en naturlig del av jordskorpen
6) levende, sterk
a living hope
et sterkt håp
living faith
levende tro
7) beboelses-, bo-, bolig-
the living de levende
living beings levende vesener
living death levende død, trøstesløs tilværelse
living language (språkvitenskap) levende språk (i motsetning til dødt språk som f.eks. latin)
living picture tablå
the living theatre det levende teatret (til forskjell fra film e.l.)
living water rennende vann
be the living image of someone være noen opp av dage
within living memory eller in living memory i manns minne

English-Norwegian dictionary. 2013.

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