[lahyf-kast ‐kahst] /ˈlaɪfˌkæst ‐ˌkɑst/
verb (used with or without object), lifecast or lifecasted, lifecasting. Also, lifestream
to broadcast live video of (one’s daily activities) over the Internet, as with a portable Webcam.
a live video of one’s daily activities, broadcast over the Internet:
A lot of people are obsessed with following her daily lifecast.
adjective altering a person’s life or circumstances in a substantial way Examples Being in that accident was a life-changing experience. Word Origin by 1747
noun 1. a person who advises clients on how to solve their problems and reach their goals in life: A life coach can help you make the right decisions in your career. noun 1. a person whose job is to improve the quality of his or her client’s life, by offering advice on professional and […]
noun 1. Biology. the continuous sequence of changes undergone by an organism from one primary form, as a gamete, to the development of the same form again. 2. a series of stages, as childhood and middle age, that characterize the course of existence of an individual, group, or culture. 3. any similar series of stages: […]
- Life drawing
noun the act of drawing the human figure from a living model Examples Life drawing is considered an essential component of an artist’s education. Word Origin 1915