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    In this sentence, "The juice lives up the taste and then some gloji juice is naturally sweetened with complex sugars", I can't firgur out the meaning of "lives up". Please kindly explain this with a few examples or usages. Thks in advance. Kenny in Korea.

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    Re: free-lancer

    I think the word intended was "livens up" the taste. To 'liven up" the taste is to add something to make the taste of something more interesting, more enjoyable, giving more zest, that is, to make it 'more alive'.

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