live on the street(s)

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Updated on: 15 Nov 2017

Definition of live on the street(s)

: to be homeless
  • He lost his job and eventually was living on the street(s).

Word by Word Definitions

live play
  1. : to be alive : have the life of an animal or plant

  2. : to continue alive

  3. : to maintain oneself : subsist

  1. : having life : living

  2. : existing in fact or reality : actual

  3. : exerting force or containing energy: such as

  1. : at the actual time of occurrence : during, from, or at a live production

street play
  1. : a thoroughfare especially in a city, town, or village that is wider than an alley or lane and that usually includes sidewalks

  2. : the part of a street reserved for vehicles

  3. : a thoroughfare with abutting property

  1. : of or relating to the streets: such as

  2. : adjoining or giving access to a street

  3. : carried on or taking place in the street

  1. : the 19th letter of the English alphabet

  2. : a graphic representation of this letter

  3. : a speech counterpart of orthographic s

  1. sulfur

  1. — compare 1-es

  1. used to form adverbs denoting usual or repeated action or state

  1. — compare 2-es


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