Translation of life-giving in Spanish:

life-giving

vivificador, adj.

Pronunciation: /ˈlaɪf ˌɡɪvɪŋ///

adjective

literary

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    (warmth) vivificador literary
    (rains) que da vida
    • The pure, life-giving water was dying, crushed under the weight of more and more rubble falling in, inflicting endless wounds.
    • He knows that I thirst for adventure more than the life-giving water.
    • Its orbit and atmosphere were that of Earth but most importantly it was abundant with the life-giving source of water.
    • Wine and life-giving waters were on equal footing in Egyptian culture, and they also shared a duality in both myth and in fact.
    • His eye was in harmony with his hand when he wrote, restoring to objects the life-giving essences of their time, place, and maker.
    • They see water as life-giving and as the source of all beginnings, irrespective of differences.
    • A momentary romance, that quick magic, the wisp of a mystery, the deluge of life-giving water - this is the stuff of the monsoon.
    • Surely, by working together, we can harness its life-giving potential.
    • Such frameworks provide for water allocations of these life-giving and scarce resources through peaceful means.
    • Saying that water is best among all food articles, he adds that pure water is life-giving and always helpful to human body.
    • And we are especially forgetful when it comes to whether and how we as a society might repay that vital and life-giving assistance.
    • On the contrary: genuine friendships cannot be based on a lie; they can thrive only on the life-giving soil of openness to one another.
    • How can such preaching be as tangible as the taste of bread in our mouths, as life-giving as water on our foreheads?
    • All are programmed to make fairly random movements to start with, in response to the obstacles, rival robots and pools of life-giving light they detect.
    • Their arms stretch out and welcome the life-giving rain.
    • It doesn't seem to be alcohol that is the important factor, but the life-giving nutrients buried within the grapes that make wine.
    • This is where it would come in handy if life were like a video game and I could just power-up or find some bottles of life-giving potion under a tree.
    • While there is no alternative to life-giving water, there are many alternatives to hydroelectricity.
    • Traditionally, the ‘feminine’ has been the nurturer, fertile and life-giving.
    • An ‘impact winter’ would follow in which the Sun's life-giving light would be blotted out for years by the debris thrown up by the explosion.