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go live

1. To become operational, as of a technological system. The new computer system was supposed to go live today, but IT still has some bugs to work out, apparently.
2. To broadcast live from a scene of action. I sent one of our reporters out there to go live from the scene of the protest.
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go ˈlive

(of a computer system) become operational (= ready to be used): Good news! Our website is going live tomorrow!
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Texas-based Lone Star Credit Union has said that it has gone live with a new core banking system.