Definition of 'live together'
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For example, couples who live together but are not married still miss out. The Sun (2016)This is what happens when people who live together for a really long time go together. Times, Sunday Times (2015)In this historic system three generations live together in one house. Times, Sunday Times (2015)MPs who are married or live together will still be able to claim two full allowances. The Sun (2008)We only want to race in cities because that is proof that the two can live together. Times, Sunday Times (2012)We live together and get on great. The Sun (2014)They should encourage people to live together. The Sun (2007)We lived together for about two months and then she moved out because she had another boyfriend. The Sun (2008)Social covenant is about how people live together despite their differences. Times, Sunday Times (2007) People who live together no longer see one another after a year or two. The CatalansMost young people live together before getting married. Times, Sunday Times (2014)We rented a house and lived together and that underscored the communal aspects of being in a band. The Sun (2014)He also dismissed critics who said couples should be free to choose whether they get married or live together. The Sun (2011)He set up charities that provided houses where the lonely could live together and get to know their neighbours. Times, Sunday Times (2008)Everyone who comes there lives together. Times, Sunday Times (2015)They lived together for two years. Times, Sunday Times (2016)The couple had lived together since the mid-1990s but are not married. Times, Sunday Times (2015)We got married and then lived together (how quaint can you be? Times, Sunday Times (2008)We should all live together and get on each other's nerves. Times, Sunday Times (2016)One minute they lived together and got matching nose jobs and the next he was saying he couldn't commit. The Sun (2011)The couple now live together. Times, Sunday Times (2013)The couple live together in Bath. Times, Sunday Times (2013)It was on his phone, in our house where we lived together in Epping. The Sun (2014)
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Translations for 'live together'
British English: live together /lɪv/ VERB
If two people are not married but live in the same house and have a sexual relationship, you can say that they live together.
The couple had been living together for 16 years.
- American English: live together
- Arabic: يَعِيْشَا
- Brazilian Portuguese: viver junto
- Chinese: 同居
- Croatian: živjeti zajedno
- Czech: žít spolu
- Danish: leve sammen
- Dutch: samenwonen
- European Spanish: convivir
- Finnish: asua yhdessä
- French: vivre ensemble
- German: zusammenleben
- Greek: συγκατοικώ
- Italian: convivere
- Japanese: 同棲する
- Korean: 함께 살다
- Norwegian: leve sammen
- Polish: przeżyć razem
- European Portuguese: viver junto
- Romanian: a trăi împreună
- Russian: жить в гражданском браке
- Spanish: convivir
- Swedish: bo ihop
- Thai: อยู่ด้วยกัน
- Turkish: birlikte yaşamak
- Ukrainian: жити разом
- Vietnamese: sống chung
Definition of live together from the Collins English Dictionary
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