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"way of life" in British English

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way of life

B1 the manner in which a person lives: Sleeping in doorways, begging for food and money - it's not an enviable way of life. She loved travel, meeting people 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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