convivir

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From Latin convīvō.

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convivir (first-person singular present convivo, first-person singular preterite convivín, past participle convivido)

  1. (intransitive) to cohabit, to live together
    Synonym: cohabitar
  2. (intransitive) to coexist
    Synonym: coexistir
    • 2019 September 3, Manuel Mera, “O mundo no límite ecolóxico”, in Galicia Hoxe[1]:
      Un proceso no que os grandes avances técnicos e en calidade de vida, conviven coa desigualdade, degradación do medio ambiente, destrución de países, e condicións laborais e de vida indignas.
      A process in which great technical and quality-of-life advances coexist with inequality, degradation of the environment, destruction of countries, and unsuitable working and living conditions.

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Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin convīvō, equivalent to con- +‎ vivir.

Verb[edit]

convivir (first-person singular present convivo, first-person singular preterite conviví, past participle convivido)

  1. (intransitive) to cohabit, to live together
    Synonym: cohabitar

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