liveadverb

  • ja中継
  • enbroadcast at the time of an actual event; played or recorded at an actual performance

Examples

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Thor fought alongside his treacherous brother Loki, the god of mischief.
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Is 'Thor 4D' a practical business model?
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Probably not because, you know, we can't perform live in every movie theater in America.
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But perhaps they can tape 1 performance and stream it live.
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Oh, that's just a movie, isn't it?
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What up, what up?
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It's the moment we've all been waiting for.
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He's got hundreds of millions of views on YouTube.
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And tonight, he's performing live with a song that made him famous.
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Give it up for ChaseDreams!
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We are on the air in India.
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We stream live in China, we're on the air in Dubai.
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We're on everywhere, except for London.
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- Mmm. - Um, can you—
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Can you do something about that?
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I can try.
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'Cause we have a campaign going, Get Elley on the Telly.
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I've heard of this, yes.
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We're reporting live on how an emo-haired loser and bowl-haired reject
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managed to get so many views on their stupid videos, right here in this—
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Man, I wanted to make fun of of those stupid-haired losers.
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Do you still get nervous?
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I do get a little bit ner— always.
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It's more adrenaline than nerves, I think.
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And you know, because you perform live too,
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so you get this adrenaline, but then literally 30 seconds before,
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when I'm about to go out, it gets really quiet for me.
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Everything goes quiet, and I love it.
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And then when I get out there, I'm just, whatever.
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This performance is so good.
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I can't wait for you all to see it live
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because I saw a tape of it.
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It was amazing.
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Thank you.
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And we've met before because you were part of a Gap campaign that I did.
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Yes.
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And we spoke, I think, during that day.
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Yes, I remember we had a conversation about how we should call b-boys and b-girls just "breakers,"
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so that there's no gender separation from that.
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Yeah, that was the last time I've seen you and it's been a while.
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Yeah.
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This is Cat Grant reporting live from the Markovian Royal Palace.
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Meta human trafficking is an international scourge.
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Children and teens are being abducted the way our daughter was abducted.
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I don't know the context.
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But why, why is she faking it like this?
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And that's some awkward postures as well.
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She's just on the G string
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when it's meant to be on the E string.
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- That's already like... telltale sign. - Come on.
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Yeah.
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Even the camera is not following
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'cause you're not important.
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Wait, is the orchestra playing live there?
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Yeah, they are.
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Yeah.
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- Oh... my... god! - Oh...
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- If you did that in real life, - Oh...
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- this is what she probably sounded in real life. - What...
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There's so much movement on the left.
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Reporting live, I'm Kate Bradley, Channel 12 News.
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You were meant for the bummer beat.
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Fires, car crashes, Black Friday riots at the mall.
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Look out!
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The station management are going nuts with all the risks you're taking.
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- I call that being a reporter. - It's got to stop.

Other meanings for live...

liveadjective

  • ja本物の
  • en(of a broadcast or performance) seen or heard while actually happening; not pre-recorded
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Do we know what songs you're doing on 'SNL'?
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- Can you say, or — - Ooh!
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- I actually haven't said, but I can say. - You can?
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- I don't know if I can. - Why not right?
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What songs are you gonna do?
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- This is live. - Yeah, we're too late.
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Too late.
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You know what? I don't care, so why not?
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I'm doing 'Bad Guy' and 'I Love You.'
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You play guitar?
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- And sing a little. - Really?
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'Cause Sam and I have been talking about maybe having live music on the show.
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- Would you wanna do a song? - Definitely.
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You're so beautiful I need the world to see.
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The boy can't sing.
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Inside 4 of them is the word "safe."
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Inside 1 of them is the word "tattoo."
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Each of us will choose a box.
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The person whose box says "tattoo" in it will get a tattoo right here live on the show.
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Did you invite Daniel to the kick-back?
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- Oh, my God. I forgot! - Kick-back?
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Yeah! Once every semester, the school lets us have a Saturday night party right here in the parking lot.
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Live music, cheese fountain.
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Cheese fountain?
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Cheddar.
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I know you've done a lot of things, and you're doing well.
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But that's live.
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And it's 'Saturday Night Live.'
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It's this amazing institution.
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Were you nervous doing that?
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You know what, I was nervous for my second performance.
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For my first performance, I was like, "Ah, ah. Party with Cardi, whoo!"
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Portia and I love 'The Voice.' We watch it.
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And when we watch it, we play this game,
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and we turn around, like, you know, the judges do.
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But instead of guessing if we turn around for the singing part,
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we try to guess what they look like.
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And we describe what we think that voice is,
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and see who's kind of closest to it.
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And since we're celebrities, we splurged.
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We got our own chairs that spin around.
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Here they are, those.
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And —
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Got them at Office Depot.
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But I thought it would be fun to play 'The Voice' game here, live at the show,
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and so I got 'The Voice' chair.
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Hey, boys? Bring it out.
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- All right. - Ooh!
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Yeah. Now, do you think that you —
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You're the only one left that's from the original — from the first season.
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- Yeah. - Have you ever thought about leaving at all?
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Not really, no. They've probably thought about pushing me out.
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But I love it.
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I enjoy doing that live television show,
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and seeing the journey from meeting somebody 'til the end when they win.