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survive

US [sərˈvaɪv]
UK [sə(r)ˈvaɪv]
  • v.生存;存活;幸存;继续存在
  • Web活下来;生还;比…长命
Simple Present:survives  Present Participle:surviving  Past Tense:survived  
Survive
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v.
1.
[i]
生存;存活;继续存在to continue to live or exist
She was the last surviving member of the family.
她是这家人中仅存的一员。
Of the six people injured in the crash, only two survived.
因这次撞车事故受伤的六人中,只有两人活了下来。
‘How are you these days?’ ‘Oh, surviving.’
“你近来好吗?”“嗐,凑合过吧。”
Don't worry, it's only a scratch─you'll survive.
别担心,只不过是划伤,你没事的。
Some strange customs have survived from earlier times.
有些奇怪的风俗是从早年留存下来的。
I can't survive on £40 a week(= it is not enough for my basic needs) .
一星期 40 英镑,我无法维持生活。
He survived as party leader until his second election defeat.
直至第二次参选失败他才不再担任党的领导人。
2.
[t]
幸存;幸免于难;艰难度过to continue to live or exist despite a dangerous event or time
The company managed to survive the crisis.
公司设法渡过了危机。
Many birds didn't survive the severe winter.
很多鸟死于这次严冬。
Few buildings survived the war intact.
战争之后没几座完好的建筑了。
3.
[t]
~ sb/sth
比…活(或存在)的时间长to live or exist longer than sb/sth
She survived her husband by ten years.
丈夫死后她又活了十年。

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