live out

live out
transitive verb phrase
1. (to make a reality) 
a. realizar 
Donna moved to Hollywood to live out her dream of being a star on the silver screen.Donna se trasladó a Hollywood para realizar su sueño de ser una estrella en la pantalla grande.
Writing novels was a way for Thomas to live out his imagination.Escribir novelas era para Thomas una manera de convertir su imaginación en realidad.
2. (to spend) 
a. vivir 
After his illustrious career in show business, Thurman decided to live out the rest of his days in the country.Después de su ilustre carrera en el mundo del espectáculo, Thurman decidió vivir el resto de sus días en el campo.
I don't want to live out my life never seeing my family; I need to retire.No quiero vivir el resto de mi vida sin ver a mi familia; tengo que jubilarme.
intransitive verb phrase
3. (to live off location) (United Kingdom) 
I'm living out at the moment, but it's only a 20-minute ride by tram to the uni.Soy externo de momento, pero es un viaje de solo 20 minutos con el tranvía para llegar a la uni.
live out
transitive verb phrase
1. (general) 
a. no direct translation 
she lived out her life or days in poverty/sadnessacabó sus días sumida en la pobreza/la tristeza
to l out a fantasyvivir or realizar una fantasía
live out
verb:intransitive:plus_adverb
[+servant] vivir fuera
transitive verb
1 (live to the end of)
she won't live the year out no vivirá hasta fin de año; no llegará a fin de año; the house where he lived out his last three years la casa donde vivió sus últimos tres años; he lived out the war in the country mientras duró la guerra vivió en el campo
the president hopes to live out the rest of his term without starting a war
he wanted to live out his life in his own home quería vivir or pasar el resto de sus días en su propia casa
to live out one's [life] to live out one's [days]
he lived out his days in a mental asylum acabó sus días en un psiquiátrico
the vast majority of older Americans live out their lives in their own homes
2 (act out) [+fantasy] vivir
after all these years, he was about to live out his fantasy boys in western Ireland who live out their fantasy of being cowboys Dion would come to like that book: she would live out large parts of it they must live out their hatred before they are purified he hopes that his child will live out his own unfulfilled artistic ambitions Quakers try to live out their beliefs in their personal relationships
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