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eke out (a living)
to earn one's living with difficulty
My uncle was unable to eke out a living on his farm so he sold it.
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  • elbow (someone) out of (somewhere)
  • elbow grease
  • elbow room
  • eleventh-hour decision
  • end of one`s rope
  • end up (doing something)
  • end up (going somewhere)
  • end up (somewhere)
  • end up with (something)
  • engage in (something)
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  • live out of a suitcase
  • come to the fore
  • a number of things or people
  • look out
  • just the same
  • lay an egg
  • made for each other
  • able to do (something) standing on one's head
  • keep from (doing something)
  • soup (something) up or soup up (something)


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    Round (= on all sides of)

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    The earth goes round of the sun.

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    Around is similar in meaning and use to round
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