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domesticity

noun [U]  /ˌdoʊ·meˈstɪs·ɪ·t̬i, -mə-/ us  
the state of being at home a lot with your family: Since they had their baby, they’ve settled happily into domesticity.
Translations of “domesticity”
in Chinese (Traditional) 持家,家庭生活…
in Russian домашняя жизнь…
in Turkish evcimenlik, evine ve ailesine bağlılık…
in Chinese (Simplified) 持家,家庭生活…
in Polish życie domowe lub rodzinne…
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