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viva

  
      sm   cheer  
dar un viva      to give a cheer  
prorrumpir en vivas      to burst out cheering, start to cheer  
Translation Spanish - English Collins Dictionary  
¡viva! exp.
hurray!

Entry related to:vivir

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Collaborative Dictionary     Spanish-English
nf.
random access memory
[BIZ]
exp.
aloud
exp.
forced entry
exp.
in(to) the living rock
exp.
as long as I live
exp.
to give a cheer
exp.
to cry one's heart out
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'viva' also found in translations in English-Spanish dictionary
exp.
¡viva!
exp.
¡viva Caroline!
exp.
carne viva
exp.
lengua viva
exp.
mientras viva
exp.
mientras viva
exp.
fe viva
exp.
la viva imagen de
n.
la memoria viva ventana
[INFO]
n.
la memoria viva dinámica
[INFO]
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"viva": examples and translations in context
Cuando llegué pensé que aun estaba viva. When I first got to the scene, I thought she might still be alive.
Ella seguiría viva si no hubieras amenazado con delatarme. She would still be alive if you hadn't threatened to betray me.
Nadie atravesará esta puerta mientras yo viva. No one will go through this door as long as I live.
No consideramos adecuado que una joven viva sola. It's not considered fitting for a young woman to live alone.
Estaba viva, está muy tangible. Standing directly across from me... was a living, quite tangible being.
Me siento realmente viva cuando canto. I somehow feel most alive when I'm singing.
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