to live out
- live out one's life; live to the end
- Fish can't live out of water.
- He could not live out the year.
- Fish cannot live out of water.
- First, we have to find out where they live.
- I found out where Tom used to live.
- Only in novels do you find individuals who live out their whole life with unvarying character.
- We found out recently that some foxes live here on this mountain.
- The mortality rate per 1000 live births are set out in figure 13.1.
- It turned out not to be so easy to live with him.
- God only knows if I can live out the 20th century.
- They live in a little, rustic house out in the woods.
- I tried to find out how many people really live in this town.
- I've got to find the cause quickly, get out of this slump and live up to Mr. Tanizaki's expectations.
- Whether or not Imogen of the Internet will live out her life without causing national scandal depends entirely on Mark Zuckerberg's privacy policies.
- Today, people all over the world are moving out of small villages in the country to go and live in big, noisy cities.