It’s difficult to explain but here are a few examples: -If you were a great basketball player playing in the NBA would be you living up to your potential. -As an amazing skateboarder performing in the X-Games might be living up to your potential. -If you were really good at biking participating and winning in the Tour de France would be living up to your potential.
It basically means that you’re achieving something to the best of your abilities.
@CR7RM2016 Eh, kind of. Here’s an approximate dictionary definition: Live up to something ~ “If something or someone lives up to a particular standard or promise, they do as well as they were expected to, do what they promised etc.”
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