Definition of live for in English:

live for

  • Regard as the purpose or most important aspect of one’s life: Tony lived for his painting
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    • Far from living for technology, the corporate world now lives for finance.
    • It's a story about a man who hung out in the sewers for years living for opera.
    • He lived for his family. What has he got now?
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