1) преодолевать (испытания, трагедию), сохраниться, остаться в живых (перевод зависит от контекста)

1. She survived five skin-replacement surgeries, but was unable to overcome the assault to her vital organs and immune system, doctors said (International Herald Tribune). — Ей было сделано пять операций по пересадке кожи. По словам врачей, смерть наступила в результате поражения жизненно важных органов и иммунной системы.

2. Не/she is survived by… — Выражаем соболезнование родным и близким покойного… (далее следует список родных и близких, указывается в некрологах)

3. Few enough letters between the two men survive - Сохранилось не так уж много писем, написанных ими друг другу. (Simon Winchester. The Professor and the Madman.)

4. In 1897, for instance, his notes survive for a speech he was to give at the Philological Society. (Simon Winchester. The Professor and the Madman.)

2) сохранять актуальность (часто употребляется в юриспруденции.)

This confidentiality clause shall survive for two years after the expiry or termination of this Agreement -– Настоящее условии о конфиденциальности сохраняет силу в течение двух лет после истечения срока или расторжения настоящего Договора.

The English annotation is below. (English-Russian). 2003.

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  • Survive — Sur*vive , v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Survived}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Surviving}.] [F. survivre, L. supervivere; super over + vivere to live. See {Super }, and {Victuals}.] To live beyond the life or existence of; to live longer than; to outlive; to… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • survive — I verb abide, be left, be spared, continue, endure, exist, last, live longer, live on, make a comeback, outlast, outlive, persevere, persist, remain, result, subsist, sustain, weather the storm associated concepts: survival of a debt, survival of …   Law dictionary

  • survive — [sər vīv′] vt. survived, surviving [ME surviven < OFr survivre < L supervivere < super , above (see SUPER ) + vivere, to live (see BIO )] 1. to live or exist longer than or beyond the life or existence of; outlive 2. to continue to live… …   English World dictionary

  • Survive — Sur*vive , v. i. To remain alive; to continue to live. [1913 Webster] Thy pleasure, Which, when no other enemy survives, Still conquers all the conquerors. Sir J. Denham. [1913 Webster] Alike are life and death, When life in death survives.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • survive — (v.) early 15c., act or condition of one person outliving another, originally in the legal (inheritance) sense, from Anglo Fr. survivre, O.Fr. souvivre, from L. supervivere live beyond, live longer than, from super over, beyond (see SUPER (Cf.… …   Etymology dictionary

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  • survive — [v] continue to live bear, be extant, be left, carry on, carry through, come through, cut it, endure, exist, get on, get through, go all the way*, go the limit*, handle, hold out, keep, keep afloat, last, live, live down, live on, live out, live… …   New thesaurus

  • survive — ► VERB 1) continue to live or exist. 2) continue to live or exist in spite of (an accident or ordeal). 3) remain alive after the death of. DERIVATIVES survivable adjective. ORIGIN Old French sourvivre, from Latin super in addition + vivere live …   English terms dictionary


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