can live with something

used for saying that you can accept something

It's a little less than I asked for, but I can live with that.


English dictionary. 2014.

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  • can live with something — phrase used for saying that you can accept something It’s a little less than I asked for, but I can live with that. Thesaurus: to be patient, and to not complain too muchsynonym Main entry: live …   Useful english dictionary

  • live with something — live with (something) to accept something that is not exactly what you wanted. I m not earning much money, but I guess we re just going to have to live with it. This agreement isn t perfect but it s something I can live with …   New idioms dictionary

  • live with — (something) to accept something that is not exactly what you wanted. I m not earning much money, but I guess we re just going to have to live with it. This agreement isn t perfect but it s something I can live with …   New idioms dictionary

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  • get by (with something) — ˌget ˈby (on/in/with sth) derived to manage to live or do a particular thing using the money, knowledge, equipment, etc. that you have • How does she get by on such a small salary? • I can just about get by in German (= I can speak basic German) …   Useful english dictionary

  • live — live1 [ lıv ] verb *** ▸ 1 be/stay alive ▸ 2 have home in place ▸ 3 have kind of life ▸ 4 keep alive certain way ▸ 5 continue to exist ▸ 6 have interesting life ▸ 7 be kept in certain place ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive to be or stay alive: She s …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • live — I UK [lɪv] / US verb Word forms live : present tense I/you/we/they live he/she/it lives present participle living past tense lived past participle lived *** 1) [intransitive] to have your home in a particular place Paris is a nice place to live.… …   English dictionary

  • live*/*/*/ — [lɪv] verb I 1) to have your home in a particular place Paris is a nice place to live.[/ex] They lived in a flat in South London.[/ex] I think he lives somewhere near Bath.[/ex] Do you still live at home (= in your parents home)?[/ex] 2) [I/T] to …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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