1live something out, live out somethingDo something in reality that one previously only imagined.
- ‘your wedding day is the one time that you can live out your most romantic fantasies’
2live something out, live out somethingSpend the rest of one's life in a particular place or particular circumstances.
- ‘he lived out his days as a happy family man’
3British (of an employee or student) reside away from the place where one works or studies.‘I'm looking for a job as a housekeeper or nanny to live in or live out.’
- ‘If you're in halls and you plan to live out next year, you should start looking in the February or March before.’
- ‘Most students on four-year courses live out in their final year.’
- ‘The Chalet has two staff, who live out.’
- ‘Would you prefer a nanny who lives out?’