|live it up
||live wild, go to a lot of parties, have a fling
||When I move to the city, I'm going to live it up - have fun.
||earn enough money to pay expenses
||Can we live off the profit from selling your garden flowers?
||have to pay rent and buy food etc.
||What will we live on if you don't have a job?
|live on the edge
||live in danger from drugs or disease or crime
||When Bill played in the NHL, he was living on the edge.
|live up to
||be as good as people said you would be
||Live up to your own standards. Set your own rules.
||cause more activity or excitement
||Let's invite Jerry to our party. He'll liven things up.
||people who use computers, computer students
||Our school has more liveware than computers!
||(See the living daylights)
|lo and behold
||suddenly, look, out of the blue, wonder of wonders
||We were standing there when, lo and behold, a fish fell out of the
sky and flopped around on the ground!
||having many extra devices or accessories
||That Buick is loaded, including a sun roof.