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live with

/ (lɪv) /
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verb

(tr, preposition) to dwell with (a person to whom one is not married)

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Idioms and Phrases with live with

live with

1

Cohabit with, live as if married to, as in I don't approve of my daughter living with her boyfriend. [Mid-1700s] Also see live together.

2

Put up with, come to terms with, as in I think I can live with this new agreement. [Colloquial; first half of 1900s] Also see learn to live with.

3

live with oneself. Keep one's self-respect, as in I don't know how he can live with himself after violating their trust. [Mid-1900s]

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