English version

lives

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishliveslives /laɪvz/  x-refthe plural of life
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livesIf you give them time and sufficient explanation and preparation, children can deal surprisingly well with crises in their lives.Television is only one facet contributing to the violence in our lives.This type of sleep onset insomnia is most often experienced by those who are accustomed to being in control of their lives.Well, these spectators have no predators in their lives.Stick to the moral high ground by blaming the current system for not saving as many lives as it might.Our business and personal lives depend upon being able to use words successfully.A freedom to take responsibility for their lives, even though society still holds the key to their final freedom.After living together for two years, sharing each other's lives joyfully, excluding anyone else from their intimate happiness.
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