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    long live vs. viva

    1. Long live the president.
    2. Viva the president.

    Hello friends,
    To me, they both have same meanings. Am I right? Which one is more used and which one is old fashioned?
    Are they used these days?

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    Re: long live vs. viva

    "Viva" is Spanish. It would not be used except maybe ironically. And no half measures. Viva El Presidente!

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