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live in US English

(Of an employee or student) reside at the place where one works or studies

live-in US English

(Of a domestic employee) resident in an employer’s house

live in hope US English

Be or remain optimistic about something

live in sin US English

Live together as though married

live in the past US English

Have old-fashioned or outdated ideas and attitudes

live in in live1 US English

(Of an employee or student) reside at the place where one works or studies

live in sin in sin1 US English

Live together as though married

cloud cuckoo land US English

A state of absurdly over-optimistic fantasy

shadow US English

Used in reference to a position of relative inferiority or obscurity

live in hope in live1 US English

Be or remain optimistic about something

parallel universe US English

(Especially in fantasy or science fiction) a world conceived of as coexisting with and having certain similiarities to the known world but different from it in some fundamental way

live in the past in live1 US English

Have old-fashioned or outdated ideas and attitudes

people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones US English

You shouldn’t criticize others when you have similar faults of your own

people in glass houses shouldn't throw stones in glass US English

You shouldn’t criticize others when you have similar faults of your own


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