vivido

adj.
vivid, clear, bright, lively.
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vivido
participio pasado
1→ {{link=vivir}}vivir
adjetivo
1 (real) real, true-life
2 (de la propia experiencia) based on personal experience
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ADJ
1) (=experimentado)

los años vividos en Brasil — the years we lived in Brazil

la crisis vivida por el gobierno — the crisis the government went through o experienced

un episodio vivido por el autor — an episode which the author himself experienced

2) (=habitado) lived-in

la zona más vivida del palacio — the most lived-in part of the palace

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-da adjetivo (experimentado)

los momentos vividos — the times we (o they etc) have had o experienced

una experiencia vivida por el autor — an experience which the author went o lived through

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-da adjetivo (experimentado)

los momentos vividos — the times we (o they etc) have had o experienced

una experiencia vivida por el autor — an experience which the author went o lived through

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vivido -da
adjective
1
(experimentado): los buenos momentos vividos the good times we have had o experienced
una experiencia vivida por el autor an experience which the author went through o lived through
2 (habitado) ‹casa› lived-in
un apartamento que parecía vivido an apartment which had a lived-in feel to it
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Del verbo vivir: (conjugate vivir)

vivido es:

el participio

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

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

vívido 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

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
vívido,-a adjetivo vivid
'vívido' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
siempre
- vívida
English:
always
- sponge off
- sponge on
- vivid
- lively
- pass
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vívido, -a adj
vivid
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vivido
adj persona lively
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vívido, -da adj
: vivid, lively

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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