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Meaning of “way of life” in the English Dictionary

"way of life" in British English

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way of life

B1 the ​manner in which a ​personlives: Sleeping in ​doorways, ​begging for ​food and ​money - it's not an ​enviable way of ​life. She ​lovedtravel, ​meetingpeople from other ​cultures and ​finding out about ​their way of ​life.
(Definition of way of life from the Cambridge Advanced Learner’s Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

"way of life" in American English

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way of life

the ​manner in which a ​person or ​society usually ​lives: Sleeping in ​hotels three or four ​nights a ​week is not an ​ideal way of ​life.
(Definition of way of life from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “way of life”
in Chinese (Simplified) 生活方式…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生活方式…
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