Sentence examples of "Vivre" in French with translation "live"

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Êtes-vous fatiguées de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
Je ne veux pas vivre. I don't want to live.
Vivre sans air est impossible. To live without air is impossible.
Vivre au bout du monde. To live at the end of the world.
Êtes-vous fatigué de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
Je veux vivre en Italie. I want to live in Italy.
Je veux vivre pour toujours. I want to live forever.
J'adore vivre avec toi. I love living with you.
Puisse-t-il vivre longtemps ! May he live long!
Il ne doit pas vivre. He must not live.
Es-tu fatigué de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
Es-tu fatiguée de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
Êtes-vous fatiguée de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
Êtes-vous fatigués de vivre ? Are you tired of living?
Il gagne de quoi vivre. He earns a living.
Vivre au jour le jour. Living from day to day.
Il aime vivre à Tokyo. He likes to live in Tokyo.
Combien gagne-t-il pour vivre ? How does he gain his living?
Aimes-tu vivre à la campagne ? Do you like to live in the country?
Vivre au Japon est très onéreux. It is expensive to live in Japan.
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