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give your life to sth

to continue to have a close involvement in a particular thing for the whole of your life
一心扑在…上,全身心投入到…中
She gave her life to cancer research.
她全身心地投入到癌症研究之中。
Giving oneself
Translations of “give your life to sth”
in Chinese (Traditional) 一心撲在…上,全身心投入到…中…
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