"Have the time of life" nghĩa là gì?
Photo by Adam Whitlock
"Have the time of (one's) life" = khoảnh khắc trong đời -> nghĩa là thời gian vui vẻ và hạnh phúc
“This means the world to me, honestly,” Hendershot said. “It’s one more chance to play with my buddies and have the time of my life playing the game I love. I was excited for just one more chance to play.”
In my junior year, Aanji Sin told me that Tiger Newspaper would be great and I would have the time of my life as part of the stellar (xuất sắc, ưu tú) staff. My first quarter in the class I received a well deserved D because of my terrible misunderstanding of my role as the Ads Manager.
This is the true story El Presidente follows and, in any other context, that would be a wrap on the story: a plucky FBI agent – perhaps one with a drinking problem or an unprocessed divorce – doggedly (gan lì, bền chí) pursues dirty money through Europe’s luxury hotels and Central America’s gated compounds, before taking down that evil big fish, Blatter. Case closed. But, thankfully, El Presidente is a joint Chilean-French production, so, instead, far from a yanqui morality tale, we get to experience the story from the viewpoint of those very same corrupt officials. And it’s a lot more fun. “Life’s tough,” the show shrugs, “so what’s a man gotta do around here to get a $150 million bung, anyway?” Crime does pay, for a while, and while it does you’ll have the time of your life.
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