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alive and kicking

Definition of alive and kicking in English:

informal Prevalent and very active: bigotry is still alive and kicking
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  • It needs a demonstration that it is alive and kicking.
  • People have been forecasting that for a long time and could I tell you they're still very much alive and kicking.
  • History was alive and kicking on Saturday when around 100 people brought their archaeological finds to Westbury Visitor Centre.
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