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英语解释:money that you earn to live on
英语解释:alive at the present time; all the people who are alive
The living room was ablaze. The fire centered on a broken jar on the floor.
She would artfully position herself in a beam of October sunlight in our living room.
Several reactions involving the direct assimilation of ammonia into organic compounds have been described in living systems.
Between 1969 and 1974, the average number of persons living in the U.S. household fell from 3. 19 to 2. 97.
Carbon atoms provide the backbone of living matter.
Bioenergetics is defined as the study of energy transformation in living organisms.
He earned his living cutting firewood in the hills.
The living ghosts of democracy rub shoulders with the still hovering ghosts of the monarchy.
High-wage structures are often relics of expatriate remuneration scales based on European levels of living and 'hardship' premiums.
The nuclides that were dispersed and settled as 'fallout' varied in their effect upon living plants and animals.
An unfavourable relationship between numbers and resources tends to make the earning of a living almost intolerably difficult.
The main living areas are placed on the south side for maximum exposure to sunlight.
She earns a living by modeling clothes.
Advancing technology and affluence make it easier to modify living conditions and the management of resource.
Selenium and aluminum are found in vanishingly small concentrations within living things.
For, in order to build the immense diversity of living systems, nature has made use of a strictly limited number of building blocks.