Definition of live in in English:

live in

(Of an employee or student) reside at the place where one works or studies.
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  • We always had two maids, one who lived in and one who came by the day to do the cleaning.
  • What will happen to the money gained from those living in this year will be decided at a later date.
  • During this time I was able to find out information about the dormitories here. They seemed very reasonable so I decided to live in.
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