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 Translation for 'I live in' from English to Bulgarian
I live in ...Живея във ...
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to live {verb}живея
to live up to sth. [expectations etc.] {verb} оправдавам нщ. [несв.] [очаквания и пр.]
I'm sorry, I didn't get / catch that. Извинявайте, не можах да разбера.
I'm sorry, I didn't get / catch that.Извинявайте, не разбрах.
in {prep}в
plug-in {noun}добавка {ж}
in case {conj}в случай, че
in advance {adv}предварително
built-in {adj}вграден
военно
in lockstep
в крак
in secret {adv}тайно
идиом.
in private {adv}
поверително
идиом.
in private {adv}
тайно
идиом.
in private {adv}
насаме
to step in {verb}влизам
way in {noun}вход {м}
to check in {verb} регистрирам се [в хотел , преди полет]
unverified to soak in {verb} всмуквам [несв.] [течност и пр.]
in fact {adv}действително
to squeeze in {verb}вмъквам
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Usage Examples English
  • In 2017, Cleese stated that he would not vote in that year's general election because "I live in Chelsea and Kensington, so under our present system my vote is utterly worthless."
  • Keller wrote "The World I Live In" in 1908, giving readers an insight into how she felt about the world. "Out of the Dark", a series of essays on socialism, was published in 1913.
  • Today I live in Berlin. The New York I knew in late '81 and '82 is gone."
  • "The House I Live In" (1945), Documentary short: LeRoy reports in his memoir "Take One" that Frank Sinatra approached him in 1945 with the idea of making a short movie version based on the song by Abel Meeropol "The House I Live In".
  • This was followed by "I Live in a Giant Mushroom", a novelty trance single by McGibbon disguised as LBC character Eric the Gardener.

  • He has worked on films such as "Belle Époque" (Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, 1993), "Two Much" (1995), "Blast from the Past" (1999) and "The Skin I Live In" (2011).
  • Now I live in Beijing and find that works of art stars are very much westernized."
  • After some "quiet" years playing supporting roles in international films such as "Savage Grace" (2007) and "Cairo Time" (2009), Anaya roared back into prominence with a starring role in 2010's "Room in Rome", and then a return to Almodóvar in 2011's "The Skin I Live In".
  • He tries his best Oscar impression by saying "I live in the trash."
  • He is best known as a two-time winner of the Sundance Grand Jury Prize, as well as multiple Emmy and Peabody Awards, for his films "Why We Fight", "Reagan", and "The House I Live In".

  • In the song, Walsh satirically reflects on the antics and excesses of the era's rock stars, with nods to Keith Moon and others: "I live in hotels, tear out the walls/I have accountants pay for it all", and "My Maserati does one-eighty-five/I lost my license, now I don't drive".
  • On a 1979 concert bootleg recording, during the song "Sentimental Journey," David Thomas ad-libs the line "I live in a dub house!
  • The Battle of Bataan is referenced among important battles of American history in the song The House I Live In, sang by Frank Sinatra in the film of the same name and later taken up by Paul Robeson and various other singers: "The little bridge at Concord, where Freedom’s fight began, / Our Gettysburg and Midway, and the story of Bataan".
  • He's turned the city upside down looking for Hardware. I live in his basement".
  • One man shared a picture online of his spoiled ballot in the 2016 election, which read "I LIVE IN CAVAN!

  • Three songs extracted from this work became hits : "J'habite en France" ("I live in France"), "Et mourir de plaisir" ("To die of pleasure") but mainly "Les bals populaires" ("Popular Dances"), which reached the top of the French chart.
  • "The House I Live In" is a ten-minute short film written by Albert Maltz, produced by Frank Ross and Mervyn LeRoy, and starring Frank Sinatra.
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