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    live a few minutes' walk away

    Hi.

    "The people I was with fell about laughing at my predicament as they had only lived a few minutes' walk away."

    What does "live" mean here?

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    Re: live a few minutes' walk away

    Quote Originally Posted by hooshdar3 View Post
    Hi.

    "The people I was with fell about laughing at my predicament as they had only lived a few minutes' walk away."

    What does "live" mean here?
    What do you think it means. Have you looked it up in a dictionary?

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    Re: live a few minutes' walk away

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    What do you think it means. Have you looked it up in a dictionary?
    Well, maybe live means "experience" here.This is one meaning of live.
    I am not sure though.

    Here is where I found this:
    Phrasal verb fall / ESL Lesson

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