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Meaning of “maintenance” - Learner’s Dictionary

maintenance

noun [U]     /ˈmeɪntənəns/
WORK
B2 the work that is done to keep something in good condition: car maintenance I want a garden that's very low maintenance (= easy to look after).Keeping and storing things
MONEY UK
regular amounts of money that someone must pay after they have left their family so that the family still has money to live on: child maintenance Giving, providing and supplying
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