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English idiom
Frank was an old soldier and lived through many wars.

Idiom definition
Frank was an old soldier and experienced many wars.

Correct answer: (d) experienced

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English idiom
He had joined the army as a young man because he wanted to live it up a bit.

Idiom definition
He had joined the army as a young man because he wanted to have a good time a bit.

Correct answer: (c) have a good time

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He wanted excitement and travel and the army lived up to its reputation.

Idiom definition
He wanted excitement and travel and the army came up to its reputation.

Correct answer: (a) came up to

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English idiom
He certainly travelled and there was plenty of excitement, which made it possible for him to live out his dream.

Idiom definition
He certainly travelled and there was plenty of excitement, which made it possible for him to follow his dream.

Correct answer: (c) follow

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English idiom
He also managed to live off his pay without any problems.

Idiom definition
He also managed to exist easily on his pay without any problems.

Correct answer: (b) exist easily on

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English idiom
He lived on the simple food provided by the army.

Idiom definition
He ate only the simple food provided by the army.

Correct answer: (a) ate only

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English idiom
For some years lived in in because he liked to be among his comrades.

Idiom definition
For some years stayed in barracks in because he liked to be among his comrades.

Correct answer: (b) stayed in barracks

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English idiom
He never really enjoyed living out.

Idiom definition
He never really enjoyed staying in other accommodation.

Correct answer: (a) staying in other accommodation

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He never did anything wrong and so he didn't have to live down any bad reputation.

Idiom definition
He never did anything wrong and so he didn't have to make others forget any bad reputation.

Correct answer: (b) make others forget

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English idiom
He lived out his final days in a small cottage overlooking the barracks.

Idiom definition
He ended his final days in a small cottage overlooking the barracks.

Correct answer: (d) ended

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