Definition of 'hand-to-mouth'
Example sentences containing 'hand-to-mouth'
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`But surely it can't be all hand-to-mouth nightmares -- trying to sell stuff at exhibitions? THE CALLIGRAPHER (2003)
Translations for 'hand-to-mouth'
British English: hand-to-mouth ADJECTIVE
A hand-to-mouth existence is a way of life in which you have hardly enough food or money to live on.
The worst-paid live a hand-to-mouth existence without medical or other benefits.
Definition of hand-to-mouth from the Collins English Dictionary
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