Word: be

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Related words: be

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Synonyms: be

exist, have being, have existence, live, be alive, have life, breathe, draw breath, be extant, occur, happen, take place, come about, arise, crop up, transpire, fall, materialize, ensue, come to pass, befall, betide, be situated, be located, be found, be present, be set, be positioned, be placed, be installed, remain, stay, last, continue, survive, endure, persist, prevail, wait, linger, hold on, hang on, follow, make up, comprise, constitute, represent, equal, personify, embody, cost

Translations: be

spanish
encontrarse, estar, ser, existir, vivir


german
leben, verhalten, kosten, werden, sein, ...

french
vivre, sa, posséder, soyez, subsister, ...

italian
dimorare, esistere, vivere, stare, essere, ...

portuguese
ser, ficar, estar, haver, existir, ...

dutch
verkeren, zijn, leven, bestaan

russian
увенчиваться, славиться, побеждать, знать, пережариться, ...

norwegian
eksistere, leve, være

swedish
existera, bli, vara, finnas, leva

finnish
ole, elää, olla, vastata, olla olemassa, ...

danish
findes, være, eksistere

czech
existovat, mít, žít

polish
następować, miewać, przysługiwać, należeć, zostać, ...

hungarian
lehet, legyen, lennie, kell, lesz

turkish
olmak, yaşamak

greek
διανύω, βρίσκομαι, είμαι

ukrainian
спроможність, побувати, встати, нагоду, наступити

albanian
shtrihet, jam, gjendem, jetoj

bulgarian
съм, берилий

belarusian
быць

estonian
olema

croatian
postojati, budi, biti

icelandic
liggja, vera

latin
exsisto

lithuanian
egzistuoti, berilis, būti, gyventi

latvian
eksistēt, būt, berilijs, dzīvot

macedonian
берилиум

romanian
fi

slovenian
biti

slovak
by, buď, existovať

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The meaning and "use of": be

verb
  • exist.
  • occur; take place.
  • having the state, quality, identity, nature, role, etc., specified.
  • say.
  • used with a present participle to form continuous tenses.
  • used with a past participle to form the passive mood.
  • used to indicate something due to happen.
  • used with the past participle of intransitive verbs to form perfect tenses.

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