live-out

live-out
/liv"owt'/, adj.
residing away from the place of one's employment: a live-out cook.
[1965-70; by analogy with LIVE-IN]

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live-out «LIHV OWT», adjective.
not living in the place where one works: »

a live-out cook.


Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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