Take numerous risks, be daring, as in Bill never knows if he’ll have enough money to pay the next month’s rent—he likes to live dangerously. This expression figured in the work of such 19th-century German writers as Nietzsche, who regarded it as an admirable course of action. Today it is often used with mildly humorous effect, as in the example. [ c. 1900 ]
- Live data
noun 1. (computing) data that is still relevant 1. Data that is written to be interpreted and takes over program flow when triggered by some un-obvious operation, such as viewing it. One use of such hacks is to break security. For example, some smart terminals have commands that allow one to download strings to program […]
[liv] /lɪv/ verb (used without object), lived [livd] /lɪvd/ (Show IPA), living. 1. to have , as an organism; be alive; be capable of vital functions: all things that live. 2. to continue to have life; remain alive: to live to a ripe old age. 3. to continue in existence, operation, memory, etc.; last: a […]
/lɪˈviːdəʊ/ noun (pl) livedos 1. (med) a reddish discoloured patch on the skin livedo li·ve·do (lĭ-vē’dō) n. A bluish discoloration of the skin. Also called suggillation.
- Livedoid dermatitis
livedoid dermatitis n. A reddish-blue mottled condition of skin caused by inflammation of the cutaneous blood vessels.