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livelihood

noun   /ˈlaɪv.li.hʊd/
(the way someone earns) the money people need to pay for food, a place to live, clothing, etc. sustento Many ship workers could lose their livelihoods because of falling orders for new ships. That farm is his livelihood. →  See also living noun (MONEY) 14362095
(Definition of livelihood from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

livelihood

noun /ˈlaivlihud/
a means of living, especially of earning enough money to feed oneself etc medio de vida, sustento The livelihoods of African farmers are threatened by imports from rich countries.
(Definition of livelihood from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “livelihood”
in Vietnamese sinh kế…
in Malaysian punca pendapatan…
in Thai ความเป็นอยู่…
in French gagne-pain…
in German der Lebensunterhalt…
in Chinese (Simplified) 生活来源, 饭碗,生计…
in Turkish geçim, rızk…
in Russian средства к существованию…
in Indonesian nafkah…
in Chinese (Traditional) 生活來源, 飯碗,生計…
in Polish źródło utrzymania…
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