(one) hasn't lived (until)

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(one) hasn't lived (until)

Has not experienced something particularly enjoyable or exciting (that the speaker is currently talking about). If you've never had caviar, then you haven't lived! You haven't lived until you've been to Paris—it's heaven.
See also: live

you haven’t ˈlived

used to tell somebody that if they have not had a particular experience their life is not complete: You’ve never been to New York? You haven’t lived!
See also: live
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The passive income exemption of Law 22 of 2012 seeks to attract high-net-worth individuals by eliminating all taxes on passive income they receive when they decide to relocate to the island, if they haven't lived here for the past 15 years.
Tulisa (right) is OK, but there's been too much hype and they haven't lived up to it.
They haven't lived here for long, I don't even know their names.
One is when they are actively told they haven't lived up to the rules, and the other is when they are passively excluded because no place has been provided for them.
A renter for eight years, she said they haven't lived there long enough to contract any illnesses from potential pollution from Rocketdyne.
There are a lot of guys who went on that tour with big reputations - quite frankly, they haven't lived up to those.
There are a lot of guys who went over on that tour with big reputations, they haven't lived up to those reputations.
Surrey and Yorkshire are two of the biggest clubs in the country but they haven't lived up to their reputations this summer in the Totesport.
Even if they have the money, gay and lesbian seniors might not choose to live in such a community: "Many people in their seventies and eighties right now don't want to go near a place called 'Rainbow Gardens,' because they haven't lived their lives that way," says Rev.
Sample dialogue: ``It just seems like they haven't lived that much,'' Oscar answers when Eve asks if he's interested in any girls at school.
They haven't lived up to expectations we expect of them
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