- v.幸存，活下来( survive的现在分词 ); 比…活得长，经历…之后还存在; 幸免于难; 挺过;
He described the difficulties of surviving for four months as a captive.
Viruses tend to be good at surviving when a computer system crashes.
The odds against him surviving are incredible.
More and more people are surviving heart attacks.
The chances of his surviving are pretty remote.
the sole surviving member of the family
She was the last surviving member of the family.
Her text is believed to be the oldest surviving manuscript by a female physician.
The surviving crew members were ferried ashore.
Surviving tough times can really deepen your relationship.
The giant panda is one of the surviving ancient animals.
The few surviving scraps of notes are crammed with story tentatives.
Bunce was one of the surviving recipients of Hiram's charity.
Only a few species capable of surviving in isolated pockets.
Then the surviving companies could take over the assets of their former competitors and raise prices.
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Surviving the Recession America's recession began quietly at the end of
They have difficulty surviving.
Baptiste Dubanchet is biking across Europe,surviving entirely on discarded food.
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1. still in existence;
"the Wollemi pine found in Australia is a surviving specimen of a conifer thought to have been long extinct and therefore known as a living fossil"
"the only surviving frontier blockhouse in Pennsylvania"