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be going strong

C2 to continue to exist and be successful or work well, after a long period: After two hundred years, the town's theatre is still going strong. His father is still going strong (= is alive and well) at 94.
Translations of “be going strong”
in Chinese (Traditional) 活躍依舊, 長盛不衰, 依然運行良好…
in Chinese (Simplified) 活跃依旧, 长盛不衰, 依然运行良好…
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