Definición de shack en inglés:

shack

Saltos de línea: shack

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[no object] (shack up) • informal Volver al principio  
  • Move in or live with someone as a lover: they won’t believe I’ve shacked up with someone so good-looking
    Más ejemplos en oraciones
    • This guy's wife is living in an upstate trailer while her ex-husband is shacking up with his buddy's widow.
    • The only way to live is to shack up with losers whose natural life expectancy isn't much more than a mayfly on a good day.
    • With formerly segregated genres shacking up like bunnies, and often producing smarter, more attractive offspring, electronic-emo-chamber-country just had to happen.
    Sinónimos
    cohabit, live with, live together, share a house
    informal , • dated live in sin, live over the brush

Origen

late 19th century: perhaps from Mexican jacal, Nahuatl xacatli 'wooden hut'. The early sense of the verb was 'live in a shack' (originally a US usage).

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