alive 义务阶段1500 全国卷频次:19
Joe was there, a few meters from their tent, still alive.
Dancing reminds me I’m alive.
Everyone needs some rest to stay alive.
The more experienced astronauts knew there was only a small chance of coming back alive.
A year later, no more than 10 million people remain alive.
The boy’s mind seemed to come alive.
Then everything came alive.
alive with 充满着；洋溢着
come alive 活跃起来；看上去像真的
stay alive 活着；仍然活着
alive and well 盛行的；依然存在的
keep alive 点火电极；保持生机；使……活着
alive and kicking 活蹦乱跳的
any man alive 任何人;任何人;
be kept alive 使继续有效，使继续存在(或进行)
more dead than alive 精疲力尽；累得要死
skinned alive 严厉申斥；以压倒优势击败
look alive 快点；注意
活著的;存在的;活躍的;(to)敏感的The living olive keeps the deliverer’s liver alive.活橄欖使發貨人的肝髒繼續存活.
[not before noun] 1. living; not dead
We don’t know whether he’s alive or dead.
Is your mother still alive ?
Doctors kept the baby alive for six weeks.
I was glad to hear you’re alive and well.
She had to steal food just to stay alive.
He was buried alive in the earthquake.
2. ~ (with sth) full of emotion, excitement, activity, etc.
Ed was alive with happiness.
3. continuing to exist
to keep a tradition alive
4. ~ with sth full of living or moving things
The pool was alive with goldfish.
5. ~ to sth aware of sth; knowing sth exists and is important
to be alive to the dangers / facts / possibilities
▪ a7live and ‘kicking
very active, healthy or popular
▪ bring sth a’live
to make sth interesting
The pictures bring the book alive.
▪ come a’live
1. (of a subject or an event 主题或活动) to become interesting and exciting
SYN come to life :
The game came alive in the second half.
2. (of a place 地方) to become busy and full of activity
SYN come to life :
The city starts to come alive after dark.
3. (of a person 人) to show interest in sth and become excited about it
She came alive as she talked about her job.
It was a bad accident – they’re lucky to be alive.
My grandparents are still alive.
We stayed alive by eating berries.
He was kept alive on a life-support machine.
Apparently he’s alive and well and living in Brazil.
2 STILL EXISTING 仍然存在的 continuing to exist 仍然存在的
Ancient traditions are very much alive in rural areas.
Christianity is alive and well in Asia.
The sport is still very much alive and kicking in this country.
3 CHEERFUL 高兴的 full of energy, happiness, activity etc 活跃的，充满活力的
It was the kind of morning when you wake up and feel really alive.
Her face was alive with excitement.
The whole house was alive with activity.
4 come alive
a) if a subject or event comes alive, it becomes interesting and seems real 变得兴味盎然；生动起来
Hopefully, we can make history come alive for the children.
b) if someone comes alive, they suddenly become happy and interested in what is happening 精神一振
She only came alive when she sat down at the piano.
c) if a town, city etc comes alive, it becomes busy 〔城镇等〕热闹起来；变得繁忙
seaside resorts that come alive in the summer
5 be alive to a fact/possibility/danger etc to know that a particular fact etc exists and that it is important 了解某事实/注意到可能性/意识到危险等
The company is alive to the threat posed by foreign imports.
6 be alive with something to be full of living things that are moving 充满，到处都是〔活物〕
The pond was alive with fish.
7 bring something alive to make something interesting and real 使某事物变得有生气
The way he describes his characters really brings them alive.
→ skin somebody alive at skin2(3)
Origin alive Old English on life “in life”
1.ADJ 形容词活着的 If people or animals are alive, they are not dead.
She does not know if he is alive or dead…
They kept her alive on a life support machine.
2.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词有活力的；有生气的 If you say that someone seems alive, you mean that they seem to be very lively and to enjoy everything that they do.
【搭配模式】：usu v-link ADJ
Our relationship made me feel more alive…
I never expected to feel so alive in my life again.
3.ADJ-GRADED 能被表示程度的副词或介词词组修饰的形容词继续存在的;在起作用的 If an activity, organization, or situation is alive, it continues to exist or function.
The big factories are trying to stay alive by cutting costs…
Both communities have a tradition of keeping history alive.
4.ADJ 形容词热闹的；活跃的 If a place is alive with something, there are a lot of people or things there and it seems busy or exciting.
The river was alive with birds…
The street was alive with the sounds of the soldiers.
5.ADJ 形容词注意到的；意识到的；觉察到的 If you are alive to a situation or problem, you are aware of it and realize how important it is.
【搭配模式】：v-link ADJ to n/wh
You must be alive to op-portunity!…
He was alive to what he was doing.
6.PHRASE 短语（使）恢复生机；（使）再度活跃 If people, places, or events come alive, they start to be lively again after a quiet period. If someone or something brings them alive, they cause them to come alive.
The doctor’s voice had come alive and his small eyes shone.
…the songs of birds that bring the garden alive.
7.PHRASE 短语（使）变得生动；（使）变得有趣；（使）显得逼真 If a story or description comes alive, it becomes interesting, lively, or realistic. If someone or something brings it alive, they make it seem more interesting, lively, or realistic.
She made history come alive with tales from her own memories…
From here on he brings the character confidently alive.
8.PHRASE 短语将被生吞活剥；将被彻底打败 If you say that someone will be eaten alive, you mean that they will be completely destroyed or defeated by someone who is much stronger.
He was certain Sid would be eaten alive by the hardened criminals in the jail.
9.PHRASE 短语活蹦乱跳的；健壮的；活跃的 If you say that someone or something is alive and kicking, you are emphasizing not only that they continue to survive, but also that they are very active.
…worries that the secret police may still be alive and kicking.
10.PHRASE 短语健在的；安然无恙的 If you say that someone or something is alive and well, you are emphasizing that they continue to survive.
A man who went missing yesterday during a blizzard has been found alive and well.
not used before a noun
: having life : living : not dead活着；在世
It feels great to be alive.
The patient was barely alive.
The sheriff was ordered to find the killer and bring him back alive.
She must be the happiest woman alive. [=the happiest woman in the world] 她一定是这个世上最幸福的女人。
He managed to stay alive for a week without any food.
The patient is being kept alive by artificial means.
a : continuing to exist继续存在
an old tradition that is still alive
We tried to keep the organization alive [=active] despite having fewer members.
We need to keep hope alive.
b : not yet defeated : still having a chance to win or succeed尚未失败；仍有成功机会
The legislation is still alive in the Senate. [=the legislation has not been defeated yet] 这项立法在参议院还没有被否决。
The team needs to win tonight in order to stay alive in the play-offs.
[more alive; most alive] a : filled with life and energy充满活力；有精力
I love to sail because it makes me feel so alive.
— often + with
Her face was alive with joy/happiness.
b : filled with activity有活力；繁忙 — usually + with
flower gardens alive with bees [=filled with the activity of many bees] 蜜蜂飞舞的花园
The city streets are alive [=busy] with shoppers.
alive and kicking
: healthy and active健康活泼；充满活力
She ran a marathon late in life, just to prove she was still alive and kicking.
— often used figuratively常用作比喻
After years of slow earnings, the industry is now alive and kicking.
alive and well
: living and healthy活着；健康
She found out that her aunt is alive and well and living in Arizona.
: still popular : continuing to be used依旧流行；仍被使用
Many of the old traditions are still alive and well.
: aware of (something) : able to notice (something)注意到；意识到
Recovering from his illness has made him more alive to the beauty of life.
We need to be alive [=sensitive] to new opportunities for our business to grow.
bring (something) alive
: to make (something) seem more real or interesting使更真实；使更有趣
The play brings the old fairy tale alive.
: to become lively活跃起来: such as
a : to become excited and filled with energy变得兴奋；变得有生气
The crowd came alive when the singer appeared on stage.
b : to become filled with activity热闹起来
This neighborhood is quiet during the day, but it comes alive at night.
c : to become exciting or appealing变得令人兴奋；变得有吸引力
In her kitchen, Italian food comes alive.
eat (someone or something) alive
— see eat
skin (someone) alive
— see 2skin