Spanish translation of live up
transitive verb + adverb
idiom: to live it up (informal) (= have fun)
pasárselo en grande (inf)(= live in luxury)
darse la gran vida (inf)
Example Sentences Including 'live up'
She has felt it necessary to live up to them in her mother's estimation, to Janis in particular.Out of the Ashes
There was another edition of the Backbiter due out in a couple of months and he had a reputation to live up to now.MR GOLIGHTLY'S HOLIDAY (2003)
He demanded nothing less than total loyalty, and those who failed to live up to his exacting standards were swiftly culled.A Song at Twilight
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Translation of live up from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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