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"a roof over your head" in American English

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a roof over your head

a ​place to ​live: It is hard to ​keep a roof over ​yourhead and ​food in the ​fridge when you get ​paid $6.50 an ​hour.
(Definition of a roof over your head from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)







"a roof over your head" in British English

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a roof over your head

C2 a ​place to ​live: She gave him enough ​money to get a roof over his ​head.
(Definition of a roof over your head from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “a roof over your head”
in Chinese (Simplified) 住处, 栖身之处…
in Turkish başını sokacak bir yer, oturacak/yaşayacak bir yer…
in Russian крыша над головой…
in Chinese (Traditional) 住處, 棲身之處…
in Polish dach nad głową…
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