live out (idiom), Complete or survive the end of a period of time, as in Grandpa wants to live out his days in a warmer climate.
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"Stoney liked to live out every day"
1.Does 'out' mean outside? (i.e. opposite of staying home)
2. Is 'live out' common usage?
Based on the definition, confusions are still.
Stoney liked to live out every day. = Stoney liked to survive every day.
Does it make sense to you? It seems to me Stoney had quite a good time there. Remember the lyrics: Stoney, happy all the time.... The joy you find in living everyday .....
Can you explain more?
Happy new year to you again. How's life in China?
Stoney liked to live out every day. In other words, she lived every day to its fullest.