Meaning: (existed) been present and active.
Example: This is not a new viral video; it's been around for a couple of years. Read on
Meaning: The phrase is used to refer to something that spans a human lifetime.
Example: He was a difficult man; from the cradle to the grave, he was constantly angry or upset. Read on
Meaning: disconnected from municipal utility systems.
Example: Tony built an off-grid bunker, complete with non-perishable food, a water purification system, and solar panels. Read on
Meaning: someone who makes one very happy.
Example: Because he was there with him through everything, he saw him as the light of his life. Read on
Meaning: to have a good life, you need to have a good wife
Example: The first time I heard the phrase "happy wife, happy life," I was a small person in college and found it very pleasant. Read on
Meaning: make the best out of a difficult situation
Example: She tried to live by the motto 'when life gives you lemons, make lemonade.' Read on
Meaning: a slim or frugal amount
Example: When we were students, we didn't have much money and we got by on the smell of an oily rag most days. Read on
Meaning: sadness or unpleasant things can have a positive side effect
Example: If it's the tough time in your life, it comes with many silver linings. Read on
Meaning: the only way to succeed
Example: I believe that digital learning is the way forward. Read on
Meaning: a proverb that means easy situations can never improve you or make you better
Example: You are just cutting days in the comfort of your home and spending your parents' money. You need to really get out and face the actual life. Remember, a smooth sea has never made a skilled sailor. Read on
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Meaning: progress very quickly
Example: Regan's reading skills are coming on in leaps and bounds with the new teacher. Read on
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