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Phrasal Verbs

live together

This page is about the phrasal verb live together

Meaning: If two people live together, they live in the same place and are in a sexual relationship without being married.

Synonym: cohabit (formal), shack up (slang)

For example:

  • live together Joanne thinks it's a good idea to live together before getting married.

  • live together My sister and her partner have lived together for over twenty years, and they have no plans to get married.

Quick Quiz:

Michelle and Pierre want to live together for a year or two before

a. getting married

b. getting divorced

c. sleeping together

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