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live to fight another day

to have another chance to fight in a competition; to be able to continue with your life although you have had a bad experience: We didn't win this time, but we live to fight another day.
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Translations of “live to fight another day”
in Chinese (Simplified) 下次再分高低,还有机会较量…
in Chinese (Traditional) 下次再分高低,還有機會較量…
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