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Tonight, we are going to discuss some phrasal verbs with the word ‘live’ #EngVocab
- We’ll start with ‘live by’, meaning to reside near something or to survive by using or doing something in particular.
g.: I live by the sea. Manners maketh men, those are the words I live by. #EngVocab
- ‘Live down’ has a meaning to overcome shame or embarrassment caused by something.
I don’t think I’ll ever live down the ignorant remarks I made this morning. #EngVocab
- ‘Live for’ means to have something or someone as the most important in one’s life.
g.: I live for the moments where I can see my parents smile. #EngVocab
- ‘Live in’ has the meaning of to reside where one studies or works.
g.: The office building has 10 spare rooms for those who want to live in, only half of them occupied. #EngVocab
- ‘Live it up’, meaning to have an exciting and enjoyable time.
g. He lives it up by going out and partying every weekend.
- ‘Live off’ means to use someone or something to provide resources that one needs to survive.
g.: He should not live off his family inheritance and learn to make it on his own. #EngVocab
- ‘Live on’ has similar meaning to ‘live off’, only in ‘live on’, we have just enough to provide what we need.
g.: I lived on less than $200 a week when I got my first job. #EngVocab
- ‘Live out’ is the opposite of ‘live in’. It means not to reside where we go to work or study.
g.: We have a lady helping us with the kitchen, but she lives out. #EngVocab
- Next, we have ‘live through’, which means to experience a difficult situation or event.
g. My granddad lived through WWII. #EngVocab
- ‘Live together’ means an unmarried couple sharing a residence.
g.: They lived together for a couple of years before getting married. #EngVocab
- ‘Live up to’ has the meaning of to be as good as something.
g.: That football player lives up to his title as top scorer. #EngVocab
- The last one is ‘live with’. It has the same meaning as ‘live together’. #EngVocab
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