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O After receiving a large inheritance from a rich aunt, I was able to live it up for years. to liven up: to energize, to make more active (also: to pick up) o The teacher occasionally took the class on field trips just to liven things up a bit. o The animals in the zoo began to liven up when evening came and the temperatures dropped. o Many people have to drink coffee every morning just to pick themselves up. to have a voice in: to share involvement in o The new vice-president was promised that she would have a voice in developing the company's international expansion.
PRENTICE HALL REGENTS Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632 - 38 - ESSENTIAL IDIOMS IN ENGLISH by ROBERT J. DIXSON to live up to: to fulfill (a standard or promise) o It was clear that the lazy student would never live up to his family's expectations. o It surprised us that the car salesperson lived up to all the promises he made. ) o He made a promise to his wife to quit smoking and drinking, and so far he has stuck to it. o All organizations expect their employees to stick to established work rules and procedures.
O Janet was very angry because her new boyfriend stood her up on their second date. She waited over an hour for him before returning home. to get the better of: to win or defeat by gaining an advantage over someone PRENTICE HALL REGENTS Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey 07632 - 46 - ESSENTIAL IDIOMS IN ENGLISH by ROBERT J. DIXSON o Jim doesn't seem very athletic at tennis, but if you're not careful, he'll get the better of you. o Lynn gets frustrated when Bruce gets the better of her in arguments. No matter what she says, he always has a clever response.