surviving em Inglês

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n. remaining alive, outliving; outlasting, persisting, lasting

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Still according to the ITGA, some 24 million Africans in 15 countries currently depend on tobacco farming just to survive.
(Source: Voice of America)
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We have no doubt his generosity is well represented by his surviving partner, said the stranger, presenting his credentials to prove his legitimacy.
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"Because," said Lord Henry, passing beneath his nostrils the gilt trellis of an open vinaigrette box, "one can survive everything nowadays except that.
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Because later we found out that the lynx had survived!
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Only a few people survived the catastrophe.
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Our neighbor survived the Nazi era and is a victim of Fascism.
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This old widow, who in her long life must have managed to survive the worst with the help of her bony frame, had no real horror of Gregor.
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The ordeals refugees survive and the aspirations they hold resonate with us as Americans.
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A camel can survive without water for three weeks.
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Don Marcelo felt an intense joy, as his mourning fatherhood tasted the fleeting consolation of vengeance. Julio had died, and he was going to die, too, not having strength to survive his bitter woe;
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Sinônimos
flourishing: thriving, profitable, prospering, successful, going along fine


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