How to Conjugate Live With
- Infinitive: Live With
- Present Tense: Live With/ Lives With
- -ing Form: Living With
- Past Tense: Lived With
- Past Participle: Lived With
Definitions of Live With:
1. To share the same residence.
Examples: In college, the majority of undergrads live with a roommate.
He used to live with his wife, but now he lives alone.
2. To endure an illness, disability or other kind of situation.
Examples: If you’re living with diabetes, then it’s important to monitor your blood sugar levels.
Sandra has lived with being blind most of her life, but she wasn’t born blind.
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