- manirahang magkasamakatirapatongsumipingcohabiting
Verb(1) share living quarters; usually said of people who are not married and live together as a couple(2) exist together
(1) This film seems intended to suggest that he preferred to cohabit with animals rather than American citizens during the Vietnam War.(2) I have no desire to cohabit with a hound, however high-bred.(3) Due to flaws in the structural design of our Constitution, however, a popularly elected president is forced to cohabit with a legislature in which the opposition is the majority party.(4) Darker body color is typically seen in the losers of fights at their conclusion and will also characterize that animal if it remains to cohabit with the winner as a social subordinate.(5) How will the general cohabit with a parliament largely hostile to him?(6) animals that can cohabit with humans thrive(7) By understanding their needs, you can peacefully cohabit with black bears to their benefit and yours.(8) Next you should consider the size of your house: do you have ample space for the new dog to cohabit with the owners and any existing pets?(9) Yet unless people find a way to steam-clean each crevice of the city every day, rats will continue to cohabit with us in uneasy harmony.(10) When the English eventually took control from the Dutch in 1664, all continued to cohabit quite nicely together.(11) I like to think of poetry as something which is able to cohabit with other discourses, if it can establish the right to stand beside them.(12) Arguably, the best means of securing peaceful cohabitation is to ensure such conditions as will remove the likely causes of social tension.(13) The most auspicious moment to work with unwed fathers, says Horn, is around the time of the birth of their children, when almost half are cohabiting with the mothers.(14) The criteria for inclusion in the study were that each woman be over the age of 18, expecting her first child, and cohabiting with a male partner.(15) He has been cohabiting with this woman for ten years, and has two children.(16) In Sweden, for instance, 70 percent of cohabiters wed after their first child is born.
1. live together ::
2. live as a couple ::
mabuhay bilang mag-asawa
3. shack up ::
4. live in sin ::
nakatira sa kasalanan
Different Formscohabit, cohabitant, cohabitants, cohabitation, cohabited, cohabiting, cohabits
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