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life·style

 (līf′stīl′)
n.
A way of life or living of a person or group: an unconventional lifestyle; money needed to maintain one's lifestyle.
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lifestyle

(ˈlaɪfˌstaɪl)
n
1. a set of attitudes, habits, or possessions associated with a particular person or group
2. such attitudes, etc, regarded as fashionable or desirable
3.
a. a luxurious semirural manner of living
b. (as modifier): a lifestyle property.
adj
4. suggestive of a fashionable or desirable lifestyle: a lifestyle café.
5. (Pharmacology) (of a drug) designed to treat problems, such as impotence or excess weight, which affect a person's quality of life rather than his or her health
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.lifestyle - a manner of living that reflects the person's values and attitudeslifestyle - a manner of living that reflects the person's values and attitudes
fashion, manner, mode, style, way - how something is done or how it happens; "her dignified manner"; "his rapid manner of talking"; "their nomadic mode of existence"; "in the characteristic New York style"; "a lonely way of life"; "in an abrasive fashion"
fast lane - a hectic and pressured lifestyle often characterized by recklessness or dissipation; "life in fashion's fast lane has taught her a lot"
free living - a lifestyle given to easy indulgence of the appetites
vanity fair - a vain and frivolous lifestyle especially in large cities
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lifestyle

noun way of life, situation, ways, life, position, condition, conduct, behaviour, habits, customs, civilization, mores the change of lifestyle occasioned by the baby's arrival
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Translations
estil de vida
životní styl
livsstil
elämäntapa
životni stil
életstílus
ライフスタイル
사는 양식
gyvensena
dzīvesveids
stil de viaţă
življenjski slog
livsstil
วิถีทางการดำเนินชีวิต
lối sống

lifestyle

[ˈlaɪfstaɪl] Nestilo m de vida
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lifestyle

[ˈlaɪfstaɪl] nstyle m de vielife support n
to be on life support → être sous assistance respiratoirelife-support machine n (British)appareil m d'assistance respiratoire
to be on a life-support machine → être sous assistance respiratoire
He's on a life support machine → Il est sous assistance respiratoire.life-support system nsystème m d'assistance respiratoirelife's work n
(= work done in the course of one's life) → œuvres fpl
(= main activity) → œuvre f d'une vie
They regard it as their life's work → Ils considèrent cela comme l'œuvre de leur vie.life-threatening [ˈlaɪfθrɛtənɪŋ] adj [disease, injury, emergency] → mettant en jeu le pronostic vital, menaçant le pronostic vital
a life-threatening heart condition → une maladie cardiaque menaçant le pronostic vital, une maladie cardiaque mettant en jeu le pronostic vital
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

lifestyle

نَـمَطُ الْـحَيَاةِ životní styl livsstil Lebensstil τρόπος ζωής estilo de vida elämäntapa mode de vie životni stil stile di vita ライフスタイル 사는 양식 lifestyle livsstil styl życia estilo de vida стиль жизни livsstil วิถีทางการดำเนินชีวิต yaşam biçimi lối sống 生活方式
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lifestyle

n estilo de vida
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Fortunately for most people, GERD is not a lifelong disease but more like a life-style choice. In other words, you choose to have or not to have GERD.
Welfare should be aimed primarily at those who cannot look after themselves, either permanently or temporarily, and should not be capable of manipulation to become a life-style choice.
PRO-ANOREXIA ('pro-ana') and probulimia ('pro-mia') websites advocate anorexia or bulimia as a life-style choice rather than as serious mental disorders.
And this isn't for purposes of economy, but a life-style choice for Scandinavians with a high standard of living.
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He emphatically stated that a homosexual orientation is not a life-style choice but a biological imperative and, in his view, incapable of change.