live out (something)

idiom

Definition of live out (something) 

1 : to spend the rest of (one's life) in a specified way He lived out (the final years of) his life in quiet retirement.

2 : to do (the things one has dreamed of doing) He has finally had the chance to live out his dreams/fantasies.

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