Alive Meaning in Bengali - Synonyms and Definition of Alive

Definition of Alive


(of a person or animal) alert and active; animated.

Seconds later the Ballyduff support really came alive as Jack Kennedy put his side into the lead for the first time.

(of a person, animal, or plant) living, not dead.

There are thousands of animals and plants alive today that are no different from the way they appear in the fossil record!

aware of and interested in; responsive to.

As a journalist living in the most expensive city in the country, I am keenly alive to to the issue.

swarming or teeming with.

The huge screen in a corner came alive with live action straight from the South Korean capital, Seoul.

Alive definition and meaning. What does Alive definination?

Example of Alive

  • ‘His horses are alive and beautiful because they were in his soul,’ he once wrote.

  • always alive to new ideas

  • An intense research spirit is still alive , if not continentally disseminated.

  • Atavistic passions aroused by mass civil disturbances tend to die down after some time, unless they are continuously fanned and kept alive .

  • Brown comes alive as he talks of the Romantic poets and their exploration of what it means to be British.

  • But when you are perched high atop it all, the beauty really comes alive .

  • By attacking Russia, he realigned the board so that France could expect greater benefits from keeping Italy alive than from continuing the alliance with Germany.

  • Comedy only comes alive when it's performed so this was my apprenticeship.

  • Edmonton certainly comes alive in June, July and August: three fabulous months chocked full of festival and music happenings.

  • He also hopes shoppers will keep Cheam alive by supporting the local economy in the face of growing development.