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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
survive /sə'vaivə/
  • ngoại động từ
    • sống lâu hơn
      • to survive one's contemporaries: sống lâu hơn những người cùng thời
    • sống qua, qua khỏi được
      • to survive all perils: sống qua mọi sự nguy hiểm
  • nội động từ
    • sống sót, còn lại, tồn tại
Concise Dictionary
survives|survived|survivingsər'vaɪv /sə'-
verb
+continue to live; endure or last
+continue in existence after (an adversity, etc.)
+support oneself
+live longer than

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 continue, last, live (on), persist, subsist, pull through, endure:
The village was destroyed, but its people survived.
2 outlast, outlive,:
At the age of 114, MacMurtagh has survived all his children and many of his grandchildren.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ verb
1 [V] ~ (from sth)
~ (on sth)
~ (as sth) to continue to live or exist: She was the last surviving member of the family. + Of the six people injured in the crash, only two survived. + Some strange customs have survived from earlier times. + I can't survive on £40 a week (= it is not enough for my basic needs). + The children had to survive by begging and stealing. + He survived as party leader until his second election defeat. + They spent two months in the jungle, surviving on small animals and fruit. + (humorous) 'How are you these days?' 'Oh, surviving.'
2 to continue to live or exist in spite of a dangerous event or time: [VN] The company managed to survive the crisis. + Many birds didn't survive the severe winter. + [VN-ADJ] Few buildings survived the war intact.
3 [VN] to live or exist longer than sb/sth
Synonym: OUTLIVE
She survived her husband by ten years.
Collocation Dictionary
verb

ADV.

well
(used with another adverb or in the forms
better
or
best)
The frescoes have survived remarkably well. Seedlings survive better in stony soil.
| barely, hardly
The islanders could barely survive without an export crop.
| just (about), narrowly
I can just about survive on what I earn. The prime minister narrowly survived a leadership challenge.
| (for) long
Nobody can survive long without water.
| still
Only one copy of the book still survives.
| miraculously
A schoolboy miraculously survived a 25,000-volt electric shock.
| somehow

VERB + SURVIVE

struggle to
poor people struggling to survive
| be able to, can/could, manage to | expect (sb/sth) to
Doctors did not expect him to survive the night.
| hope to
She cannot hope to survive long in power.
| be likely/unlikely to | be lucky to
Once diagnosed with lung cancer, a patient is lucky to survive for five years.
| enable sb to, help sb (to)

PREP.

as
Will she survive as party leader?
| from
Very little has survived from this period of history.
| into
Very few of the children survived into adult life.
| on
They survived on roots and berries.
| through
She survived through two world wars.
| until
The original apple tree survived until 1911.

PHRASES

the only/sole surviving sb/sth
the only surviving member of her family
| survive intact/unscathed
Few buildings survived the war intact.



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