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¡viva! {interjection}

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1. general
¡viva! (also: ¡hurra!)
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rah {interj.} [Amer.] [coll.]
¡viva! (also: ¡yupi!)
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whacko {interj.} [Brit.] [coll.]
¡viva! (also: ¡yupi!)
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whoopee {interj.} [coll.]
2. colloquial
¡viva! (also: ¡yupi!)
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goody {interj.} [child.l.]
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viva {noun}

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1. education: "for MA, PhD", British English
2. education: "for BA", British English

Context sentences for "¡viva!" in English

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SpanishUna política activa y viva, que ayude a los más débiles, que cree criterios comunes.
An active and lively policy which helps the weakest and creates common criteria.
SpanishUna información viva y plural es el elemento básico del debate democrático.
Lively, pluralistic information is the fundamental element of democratic debate.
Spanishel bien, la concordia y la unidad de Europa, a la actualidad siempre viva de
who have at heart the welfare, harmony and unity of Europe to the ever-living
Spanishestá siempre viva la conciencia de su «deber permanente de escrutar a fondo los
Church remains deeply conscious of her "duty in every age of examining the
Spanishde desarrollo, entonces tan viva, aparece en la actualidad muy lejana de la
is that the hopes for development, at that time so lively, today appear very
Spanishy para recordar además con viva gratitud la obra del Concilio Vaticano II y a
and for recalling with heartfelt gratitude the work of the Second Vatican
SpanishLa cultura es un activo importante, pues contribuye a una democracia viva y duradera.
Culture is a significant asset. It contributes to a living and long-lasting democracy.
Spanishnueva de amor, que es imagen viva y real de la unión de Cristo con la
that is the living and real image of that unique unity that makes of the Church
Spanishcomunidad eclesial viva, que en el 2000 se prepara para acoger a los jóvenes
ecclesial community, which is preparing to welcome in 2000 young people
SpanishDifícilmente se puede exagerar la importancia de una industria audiovisual europea viva.
People go to the cinema more often in Ireland than in any other EU country.
SpanishEl programa MEDIA contribuye a mantener viva nuestra diversidad cultural y cinematográfica.
It is along these lines, of course, that the MEDIA programme plays a dominant role.
SpanishDe todos modos quizá sea mejor tener una democracia viva sin constitución escrita.
Perhaps that is better than having a living democracy without a written constitution anyway.
SpanishEl santuario es una invitación visible a acudir a la fuente invisible de agua viva (cf.
A shrine is a visible invitation to drink from the invisible spring of living water (cf.
Spanishque supo testimoniar de manera viva y profética el amor de Cristo a los
who was able to witness in a living and prophetic way to Christ's love for
SpanishPero sigue viva y las recientes elecciones han sido un gran éxito.
It is still there, however, and the recent elections have been a great success.
SpanishUna vez más, que« viva la Europa libre» no es posible sin un« no» a la OTAN.
Once again, a free Europe cannot thrive without saying 'no ' to NATO.
SpanishGeología viva es un conjunto de eventos y actividades ligados a la geología
Living geology is a number of events and activities related to geology
SpanishUna vez más, que «viva la Europa libre» no es posible sin un «no» a la OTAN.
Once again, a free Europe cannot thrive without saying 'no' to NATO.
SpanishEn mi opinión, una viva interlocución social puede solucionar muchos problemas.
I believe that active social partnership can solve many problems.
SpanishMirando a Cristo, nuevo santuario, de cuya presencia viva en el Espíritu
As they gaze upon the Lord, the new temple whose living presence in the