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    bring to life/into life

    Hi everyone,
    How is it be correct to say "to implement/to realise" talking about plans, ideas, etc.

    to bring an idea/plan to life or into life?

    I am more concerned about the choice of preposition.
    Can I say "Bring a plan into life?"

    Thank you.

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    Re: bring to life/into life

    Quote Originally Posted by worcester View Post
    Hi everyone,
    How is it be correct to say "to implement/to realise" talking about plans, ideas, etc.

    to bring an idea/plan to life or into life?

    I am more concerned about the choice of preposition.
    Can I say "Bring a plan into life?"

    Thank you.
    Usually not. Normally we bring a plan "to life".

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