live through


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live through something

to endure something; to survive an unpleasant or dangerous time of one's life. I almost did not live through the operation. I know I can't live through another attack.
See also: live

live through

Endure, survive. This idiom is used both seriously, as in Those who have lived through a depression never forget what it was like, or hyperbolically, as in That speech was endless-I thought I'd never live through it.
See also: live
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