see: on borrowed time
[lahyv] /laɪv/ adjective, liver, livest for 4–7, 13–15. 1. being alive; living; alive: live animals. 2. of, relating to, or during the of a living being: the animal’s live weight. 3. characterized by or indicating the presence of living creatures: the live sounds of the forest. 4. Informal. (of a person) energetic; alert; : The […]
- Live on the edge
verb phrase To life dangerously; court disaster: dumped about a quarter-cup of salt on top. ”I like to live on the edge,” she explained/ pushing his luck, living on the edge, playing brilliantly by the seat of his pants (1990s+) see: on the edge
[liv-out] /ˈlɪvˌaʊt/ adjective 1. residing away from the place of one’s employment: a live-out cook.
- Live park
verb phrase To park a car with the motor running (1980s+)