Look alive!

look alive

To hurry up and get moving. Often used as an imperative. The movie is starting in 15 minutes. Look alive! You'd better look alive if you're going to catch your bus.
See also: alive, look

Look alive!

Act alert and responsive! "Come on, Fred! Get moving! Look alive!" shouted the coach, who was not happy with Fred's performance. Bill: Look alive, Bob! Bob: I'm doing the best I can.
See also: look

Look alive!

exclam. Move faster!; Look and act alert! There’s work to be done! Look alive!
See also: look
References in classic literature ?
Look alive!' shouted Vasili Andreevich, grinning at Nikita.
As for me, let me see every soul off of my ship and perhaps I may follow; but by the God that made you, look alive! Mr.
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