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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “shack up”

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shack up

informal phrasal verb with shack /ʃæk/ verb
to start living in the same house as sexual partners, without being married
(未婚)同居
I hear Tony and Helen have shacked up together.
我聽說托尼和海倫已經同居了。
She's decided to shack up with her boyfriend.
她決定和男友同居。
Marriage, cohabitation and other relationships
Translations of “shack up”
in Chinese (Simplified) (未婚)同居…
(Definition of shack up from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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