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Meaning of “lifestyle” in the English Dictionary

"lifestyle" in British English

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lifestylenoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈlaɪf.staɪl/
B2 someone's way of ​living; the things that a ​person or ​particulargroup of ​people usually do: He doesn't have a very ​healthy lifestyle. She ​needs a ​pretty high ​income to ​support her lifestyle. an ​alternative lifestyle

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(Definition of lifestyle from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"lifestyle" in American English

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lifestylenoun [C]

(also life-style)  us   /ˈlɑɪfˌstɑɪl/
the ​particular way that a ​person or ​grouplives and the ​values and ​ideassupported by that ​person or ​group: Ask yourself how much ​yourjobenhancesyour lifestyle.
(Definition of lifestyle from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

"lifestyle" in Business English

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lifestylenoun [C or U]

uk   us   /ˈlaɪfstaɪl/
MARKETING someone's way of ​living, for ​example the things they usually do, where they ​live, what they ​spend their ​money on, etc.: Given today's modern lifestyle the ​figures are not totally surprising.a comfortable/healthy/lavish lifestyle He deserves to have a comfortable lifestyle. an outdoor lifestylelifestyle brand/change/choice What is the government's role in helping ​people make ​healthy lifestyle choices? a lifestyle ​magazine
(Definition of lifestyle from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “lifestyle”
in Arabic أسلوب حياة…
in Korean 생활 방식…
in Portuguese estilo de vida…
in Catalan estil de vida…
in Japanese 生き方…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生活方式, 工作方式…
in Turkish yaşam tarzı…
in Russian образ, уклад жизни…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生活方式, 工作方式…
in Italian stile di vita…
in Polish styl życia…
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