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be in the land of the living

humorous
to be awake or to be alive: She was partying till the early hours, so I don't imagine she'll be in the land of the living before lunchtime.
Translations of “be in the land of the living”
in Chinese (Traditional) 醒著, 活著…
in Chinese (Simplified) 醒着, 活着…
(Definition of be in the land of the living from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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