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"live together" in British English

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live together

phrasal verb with live uk   us   /lɪv/ verb
B2 If two ​peoplelive together, they ​share a ​house and have a ​sexualrelationship but are not ​married: Nowadays many ​youngpeoplelive together before they get ​married.
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live together

phrasal verb with live  us   /lɪv/ verb
to ​share a ​home: She and her ​sister live together in Richmond.
(Definition of live together from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “live together”
in Arabic يَعيشان سَوِيّا…
in Korean 함께 살다…
in Portuguese morar junto…
in Catalan conviure…
in Japanese 同棲する…
in Chinese (Simplified) (未婚)同居…
in Turkish birlikte yaşamak, ortak bir yaşamı paylaşmak, karı koca gibi yaşamak…
in Russian сожительствовать…
in Chinese (Traditional) (未婚)同居…
in Italian coabitare…
in Polish żyć ze sobą…
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