Spanish English Dictionary

español - English

vivo in English:

1. living living


We bought a grand piano which took up half of our living room.
Living conditions were hard.
My living expense is rising year by year.
From time to time, I think about my mother who is no longer living.
Most living creatures in the sea are affected by pollution.
A critically wounded elephant went berserk and attacked every living thing in his path.
He's supposed to be living in Nagano. What's he doing at Tokyo station?
Living abroad is the best way to learn a foreign language.
Because of inflation, salaries can't keep up with the high cost of living.
Foreign businessmen living in Tokyo often complain of the high prices for imported western food.
He is an individual with his own living space and his own sleeping space.
If you can't go to an English-speaking country to study, perhaps you can find an English native speaker living nearby that can help you learn English.
Most of the Melanesians living in Papua New Guinea have very curly hair, don't they?
Living as I do in a remote village, I seldom have visitors.
I don't think that there is any better way to learn English than by living in America.

English word "vivo"(living) occurs in sets:

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