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vida sflife nnoun: Refers to person, place, thing, quality, etc.
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Traduções principais
life n (lifetime)vida sf
 He led an interesting life.
 Ele levou uma vida interessante.
lifetime n (person's)vida sf
 Tina had never seen anything like this storm in her lifetime.
existence n (life)existência, vida sf
 Our existence may be threatened by this asteroid.
vita n Latin (life)vida sf
life n uncountable (organisms)vida sf
 Scientists were surprised to discover life at the bottom of the sea.
 Os cientistas ficaram surpresos ao descobrir vida no fundo do mar.
life n invariable (existence)vida sf
 Is there life on mars?
 Há vida em Marte?
existence n (living, subsistence)vida, subsistência sf
 They scratch out an existence selling junk to tourists.
life n figurative, uncountable (spirit, liveliness) (espírito animado)vida sf
  vivacidade sf
 The children are so full of life.
 As crianças são tão cheias de vida!
Traduções complementares
life n (a human being)vida sf
 Twenty lives were lost in the bombing.
life n (animation) (animação)vida sf
 That actress really gives life to the role.
life n invariable (imprisonment) (prisão)vida sf
 The judge sentenced him to life in prison.
life n (aspect of existence)vida sf
 She has an active social life.
 Ela tem uma vida social ativa.
life n figurative ([sb] precious) (alguém precioso)vida sf
 I love my boy. He is my life.
career n UK (progress generally)carreira sf
  (figurado)vida sf
 Ray was an "A" student throughout his school career.
color (US),
colour (UK)
figurative (evocative language) (figurado)vida sf
  (figurado)cor sf
 Mark writes with a lot of colour, and his stories always have vivid imagery.
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Formas compostas:
all my life adv (throughout my lifetime)a vida toda loc adv
 I was born in Manchester, and I've lived here all my life.
 Eu nasci em Manchester e vivi aqui a vida toda.
all the days of your life adv (for rest of your life)todos os dias da sua vida expres
better world n (heaven) (céu)vida melhor sf
 After her husband's death, Rachel took comfort in the idea that he had gone to a better world.
blue moon n figurative (long interval) (grande intervalo)uma vez na vida expres
 He only calls once in a blue moon.
breathe life into vtr figurative (revive, rejuvenate) (reviver)dar vida a
 The paramedics breathed life into the accident victim.
breathe new life into [sth] v expr (reinvent, rejuvenate)dar nova vida loc vt
 Hiring Edie with her fresh new ideas will breathe new life into this company.
brought to life adj (given life)trazer (de volta) à vida loc vt
 The puppet Pinocchio was brought to life by a fairy.
 O boneco Pinóquio foi trazido à vida por uma fada.
circle of life n figurative (cycle of birth and death)ciclo de vida loc sm
city life n (urban lifestyle)vida urbana loc sf
 I prefer the high energy of city life to the calm of the country.
daily life n (everyday existence)vida diária loc sf
 Some people only practice their religion on holidays, while for others it's a part of their daily life.
depart this life v euphemism (die)partir desta vida
 I want to depart this life at the time and in the manner of my choosing.
drink and be merry
(Enjoy life while you can)viver a vida exprexpression: Prepositional phrase, adverbial phrase, or other phrase or expression--for example, "behind the times," "on your own."
  aproveitar enquanto pode expres
 Don't worry about that till you're 50, Jay. For now, eat, drink and be merry!
end of life n (manufacturing: discontinuation of a product) (manufatura)fim da vida útil loc sm
fact of life n ([sth] unavoidably true)fato da vida loc sm
facts of life npl (sex education) (educação sexual)fatos da vida loc sm
 If the parents don't teach their children the facts of life the school system will have to do it.
fear for his life vi (be afraid he is likely to die, be killed)temer pela vida loc v int
 He feared for his life when the robber drew a gun.
for a lifetime adv (for the rest of one's life)pela vida inteira, pela vida toda advadverb: Describes a verb, adjective, adverb, or clause--for example, "come quickly," "very rare," "happening now," "fall down."
  por toda a vida loc adv
 The young lovers were sure their love would last for a lifetime.
for life adv (for the rest of one's life)para a vida toda loc adv
 Marriage is a commitment for life.
full of life adj (lively, energetic) (energético)cheio de vida loc adj
 He's nearly 80 but still full of life and with an eye for the ladies.
good life n (luxurious lifestyle) (estilo de vida luxuoso)vida boa loc sf
 He's living the good life on his yacht in the Mediterranean.
good living n (comfortable or hearty lifestyle) (estilo de vida confortável e amoroso)vida boa loc sf
  vida confortável loc sf
 He makes a good living from his paintings.
half-life n (time taken for [sth] to decrease by half)meia-vida sf
 Uranium-238 has a half-life of about 4.47 billion years.
have a mind of its own v figurative ([sth] inanimate: malfunction) (fig., coisa, mau funcionamento)ter vida própria loc v int
 My hair has a mind of its own today.
healthy lifestyle n (regular exercise and good nutrition) (exercícios regulares e boa nutrição)estilo de vida saudável loc sm
 More people are beginning to realize that a healthy lifestyle can prevent diabetes.
healthy living n (regular exercise and good nutrition) (exercícios regulares e boa nutrição)estilo de vida saudável loc sm
  vida saudável sf
keep [sb] alive vtr + adj (prolong [sb]'s life artificially) (literal)manter vivo loc vt
  (literal)prolongar vida loc vt
 The life support system in the ambulance kept him alive until he reached the hospital. It's only an artificial heart and other machines that are keeping him alive.
lifespan n (person: lifetime)expectativa de vida loc sf
 The average human lifespan is increasing in most countries.
lifetime n as adj (lasting the rest of your life) (formal)vitalício adjadjective: Describes a noun or pronoun--for example, "a tall girl," "an interesting book," "a big house."
  para a vida inteira loc adj
 Marriage is a lifetime commitment.
live fast vi (behave recklessly) (ter comportamento desregrado)viver uma vida louca loc v int
living n (job) (trabalho)meio de vida loc sm
 What do you do for a living? I am a dentist.
living n (lifestyle)estilo de vida loc sm
 Their way of living is too materialistic for my tastes.
living death n (joyless existence or experience)vida miserável, vida sofrida loc sf
 Sitting in history class was living death.
long life n (longevity) (longevidade)vida longa loc sf
 A healthy diet is key to a long life. My grandfather had a long life, passing away at the age of 92.
loss of life n (death) (morte)perda da vida loc sf
 A bomb exploded in the shopping centre, leading to considerable loss of life.
new lease on life,
new lease of life
(fresh enthusiasm for living) (entusiasmo renovado para viver)começo de nova vida loc sm
  novo sentido loc sm
 Losing all that weight gave me a new lease on life.
new life n (fresh start, reinvented existence) (recomeço)vida nova loc sf
 He started his new life in advertising.
new life n (renewed vigour or purpose) (vigor renovado)vida nova loc sf
 The discovery of the diary gave new life to her attempt to write the author's biography.
next life n (Christianity: afterlife, existence after death) (cristianismo - vida após a morte )vida futura, próxima vida loc sf
 When I die, I'm looking forward to being reunited with Harry in the next life.
next life n (Buddhism: reincarnation) (budismo)reencarnação, próxima vida sf
 I hope I don't come back as a flea in my next life.
nightlife n (night-time entertainment) (entretenimento)vida noturna loc sf
 The beach was great but the town had no nightlife.
plant and animal life n (living organisms) (organismos vivos)flora e fauna loc sf
  vida animal e vegetal loc sf
quality of life n (comfort and enjoyment in one's existence) (conforto e aproveitamento na vida de alguém)qualidade de vida loc sf
real life n (reality) (realidade)vida real loc sf
 In real life, ugly ducklings become ugly ducks, not swans.
span n (duration of life)tempo de vida loc sm
 Her life spanned two world wars.
 This sentence is not a translation of the original sentence. The span of his life saw many historical changes.
that's how it goes sometimes interj informal (expressing philosophical acceptance) (expressar aceitação filosófica)nem tudo dá certo expres
  a vida é assim mesmo expres
 I didn't get the job, but that's how it goes sometimes. I know it isn't fair but that's just how it goes sometimes.
the simple things in life npl (basic pleasures) (prazeres básicos)as coisas simples da vida expres
Tough luck! interj slang (being dismissive of [sb]'s misfortune)que vida difícil! interjinterjection: Exclamation--for example, "Oh no!" "Wow!"
  (irônico)que falta de sorte! interjinterjection: Exclamation--for example, "Oh no!" "Wow!"
  (irônico)é muita falta de sorte! interjinterjection: Exclamation--for example, "Oh no!" "Wow!"
wedlock n archaic (marriage)matrimônio sm
  POR: matrimónio sm
  vida conjugal loc sf
  casamento sm
 The couple are living happily in a state of wedlock.
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