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your particular way of living and the experiences that you have
the type of life that you have, for example the type of job or house you have or the type of activity you like doing
the way that someone lives their life, especially when their life is difficult
a typical way in which a person or group lives
a way of living without all the possessions and worries of modern life
informal a style of living that includes spending a lot of money on expensive things, going to exciting parties, and travelling
a way of life and set of attitudes that is deliberately different from the main culture in society
a society in which the government controls everything, even people’s behaviour
the way in which people live, for example how comfortable their houses are or how much money they have to spend on food and clothes
formal an arrangement that helps people who have very different opinions to live or work together
in competitive cycling, the illegal use of motors on bikes in order to gain advantage over other riders
to get a score in golf of one shot more than par
be reversed; be as if it had never happened
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