subsist

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To survive on a minimum of resources

With her current income, Janet cannot thrive, she can only subsist.

to be maintained or sustained
{v} to continue, to have the means to live
support oneself; "he could barely exist on such a low wage"; "Can you live on $2000 a month in New York City?"; "Many people in the world have to subsist on $1 a day"
{f} exist, live; stay alive
To support with provisions; to feed; to maintain; as, to subsist one's family
To continue; to retain a certain state
To be maintained with food and clothing; to be supported; to live
If people subsist, they are just able to obtain the food or money that they need in order to stay alive. The prisoners subsisted on one mug of the worst quality porridge three times a day
To be; to have existence; to inhere
subsistence
A person, specifically the person of Christ or of another part of the Trinity; hypostasis
subsistence
sustenance
subsistence
{n} real being, the means of support
Subsistence
subsistency
subsistence
In the context of resource use, this suggests harvesting and use of marine resource(s) strictly for household consumption
subsistence
Inherency; as, the subsistence of qualities in bodies
subsistence
The means of living; obtaining food and shelter necessary to support life; everything that is done to "make a living"
subsistence
Same as Hypostasis, 2
subsistence
Meal and Accommodation payments to cover travel
subsistence
the state of existing in reality; having substance a means of surviving; "farming is a hard means of subsistence
subsistence
the growing of crops to feed oneself and family, with a little left over for sale
subsistence
Subsistence is the condition of just having enough food or money to stay alive. below the subsistence level The standard of living today is on the edge of subsistence
subsistence
a means of surviving; "farming is a hard means of subsistence"
subsistence
In subsistence farming or subsistence agriculture, farmers produce food to eat themselves rather than to sell. Many black Namibians are subsistence farmers who live in the arid borderlands
subsistence
[n] The means of obtaining food and other items necessary for basic existence
subsistence
-The customary and traditional uses of wild renewable resources for personal or family consumption as food, shelter, fuel, clothing, tools, or transportation; for making and selling handicraft articles out of the nonedible byproducts of fish and wildlife resources; for barter or sharing for personal or family consumption; and for customary trade
subsistence
minimal (or marginal) resources for subsisting; "social security provided only a bare subsistence"
subsistence
That which furnishes support to animal life; means of support; provisions, or that which produces provisions; livelihood; as, a meager subsistence
subsistence
{i} existence, being; something which supports or maintains life or existence, keep, livelihood; state of being real
subsistence
Real being; existence
subsistence
the way by which a culture obtains its food
subsistence
Meals, refreshments and accommodation taken whilst working away from your normal place of work
subsistence
minimal (or marginal) resources for subsisting; "social security provided only a bare subsistence" the state of existing in reality; having substance a means of surviving; "farming is a hard means of subsistence
subsistence
the state of existing in reality; having substance
subsisting
present participle of subsist
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