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English definition of “shack up with sb”

shack up with sb

very informal phrasal verb with shack
 
 
/ʃæk/ verb
to start living in the same house as someone you are having a romantic relationship withMarriage, cohabitation and other relationships
(Definition of shack up with sb from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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