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Answered 2009-04-30 21:39:11

vive la vie = hooray for life!

"vive" is a form a the verb 'vivre' (to live) used to express enthousiasm:

vive le roi ! = 'long live the King!

vive les vacances ! = hooray for the holidays!

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