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make up for lost time

to enjoy an experience as much as possible because you did not have the opportunity to do it earlier in life: I didn't travel much in my twenties but I'm certainly making up for lost time now.
Translations of “make up for lost time”
in Chinese (Traditional) 彌補失去的時光,盡情享受…
in Chinese (Simplified) 弥补失去的时光,尽情享受…
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