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Definition of livelihood in English Turkish dictionary

  1. geçim
  2. rızk isim
  3. maişet Ticaret
  4. dirlik
  5. rızık
  6. geçinme
  7. geçimini sağlama
  8. geçim yolu isim
  9. geçimlik
  10. geçim vasıtası
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Definition of livelihood in English English dictionary

  1. The length of someone's life; a person's lifetime
  2. Someone's manner of living; conduct, behaviour his name is sir Ector, & he is a lord of fair lyuelode in many partyes in Englond & Walys .
  3. A person's means of supporting himself
  4. the means of living, a maintenance noun
  5. liflode
  6. A persons means of supporting himself
  7. means of supporting oneself, maintenance, sustenance, occupation isim
  8. Subsistence or living, as dependent on some means of support; support of life; maintenance
  9. the financial means whereby one lives; "each child was expected to pay for their keep"; "he applied to the state for support"; "he could no longer earn his own livelihood"
  10. Your livelihood is the job or other source of income that gives you the money to buy the things you need. fishermen who depend on the seas for their livelihood As a result of this conflict he lost both his home and his means of livelihood. the way you earn money in order to live a means/source of livelihood (lifelode (11-17 centuries), from , from lif + lad ( LODE) (influenced by lively and -hood))
  11. Liveliness; appearance of life
  12. a means of earning a living
  13. سبل المعيشة
  14. 1 The occupation, work, or other means by which one earns an income to provide growth and abundance for the individual and the family
  15. Releted Terms
  16. plural of livelihood : livelihoods
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    /ˈlīvlēˌho͝od/ /ˈlaɪvliːˌhʊd/

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    [ 'lIv-lE-"hud ] (noun.) 15th century. From Old English līf (“life”) + lād (“course, journey”), later altered under the influence of lively, -hood.


    alimentation, art, bread and butter, business, circumstances, craft, employment, game, grind, income, job, keep, living, maintenance, means, nine-to-five, profession, racket, rat race, resources


    entertainment, fun

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