Definition of live-work in English:

live-work

Syllabification: live-work
Pronunciation: /ˈliv ˌwərk
 
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adjective

Denoting or relating to property that combines residential living space with commercial or manufacturing space: housing on the site might include live-work units for small businesses
More example sentences
  • His son, Louis, 4, plays in a roof garden above their live-work property in Hackney.
  • We took the groups through a series of presentations which showed by the use of good design how the live-work concept can be fulfilled.
  • In May of this year, Santa Monica had 156 live-work studios.

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