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last out

phrasal verb with last uk   /lɑːst/  us   /læst/ verb [I, L only + noun]
to manage to stay alive: How long can they last out without food? He won't last out the night.
Translations of “last out”
in Chinese (Traditional) 維持生存,設法活下來…
in Chinese (Simplified) 维持生存,设法活下来…
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