alive po angielsku

wymowa
adj. living; active; attentive

Przykładowe zdania

Everything was very green, very alive,full of forests and cows, that produce some of the best milk in Europe.
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Everything was very green, very alive, full of forests and cows, that produce some of the best milk in Europe.
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and still as she listened, or seemed to listen, the whole place around her became alive with the strange creatures of her little sister’s dream.
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“The poor wretch,” murmured Passepartout, “to be burned alive!”
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Gerda called out to them for assistance: she thought they were alive. Naturally, they did not budge.
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He showed his beautiful head, which was surrounded by a bright aura. His face was alive with joy and surprise, and he smiled to the left and right.
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He is still alive, and the conduct of his daughter would be as shameful to him as it is to me.
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I would do anything to get him back to Europe alive! replied Fix simply, in a tone that betrayed an implacable will.
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I had no idea who my parents were or whether they were even still alive.
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"Ah, my goodness," she said, "is it possible that my poor children, whom he has gulped down for his supper, can still be alive?"
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Synonimy

1. bustling: alert, lively, swarming, brisk, quick, stirring, active
2. having life: animate, breathing, living, vital, active, mortal
3. existent: extant, working, operative, functioning



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