English version

live to see/fight another day

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlive to see/fight another daylive to see/fight another daySURVIVEto continue to live or work after a failure or after you have dealt with a difficult situation Hopefully, the company will live to fight another day. live
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live to see/fight another dayA conciliatory gesture, some argued, would appease the cardinal and Holy Trinity would live to fight another day.By his diplomacy, it was true, Gordon had lived to fight another day.Or will they live to fight another day?The choice for us was whether to take a strike unprepared or to live to fight another day.Pol pot lives to fight another day despite butchering millions of his people.Having lived to fight another day, Mayer did - with Sam Goldwyn.
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