(to) do without something

(to) do without something
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  • make do (without something) — make do ( with/without/something) phrase to succeed in dealing with a situation by using what is available despite not having something There wasn’t much food, but we made do. Thesaurus: to try to deal with a problem or difficultysynonym… …   Useful english dictionary

  • do without something — do without (someone/something) to manage to work or act without someone or something. I guess I ll just have to learn how to do without your help. They have relied on Henry for so long, I wonder how they will do without him. Usage notes: often… …   New idioms dictionary

  • go without something — go without (something) to manage to live despite not having or doing something. You think you can go without sleep, but you can t. Did you pay for health insurance on your own, or did you just go without? Related vocabulary: do without… …   New idioms dictionary

  • hardly a day goes by without something (doing something) — hardly a day goes by/passes/without something (doing something) phrase used for saying that something happens almost every day Hardly a day goes by without some company reporting losses. Thesaurus: often and many timessynonym Main entry: hardly …   Useful english dictionary

  • hardly a day passes without something (doing something) — hardly a day goes by/passes/without something (doing something) phrase used for saying that something happens almost every day Hardly a day goes by without some company reporting losses. Thesaurus: often and many timessynonym Main entry: hardly …   Useful english dictionary

  • do without (something) — ˌdo withˈout (sb/sth) derived to manage without sb/sth • She can t do without a secretary. • If they can t get it to us in time, we ll just have to do without. • do without ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • go without (something) — ˌgo wiˈthout (sth) derived to manage without sth that you usually have or need • There wasn t time for breakfast, so I had to go without. • How long can a human being go (= survive) without sleep? • go without ( …   Useful english dictionary

  • lost without something — lost without (someone/something) unable to work in the usual way because something is not available. I m lost without my cell phone. I d be lost without you, honey …   New idioms dictionary

  • reckon without something — ˈreckon without sb/sth derived (especially BrE) to not consider sb/sth as a possible problem that you should be prepared for Syn: not take something into account • They had reckoned without the determination of the opposition. Main entry: ↑reckon …   Useful english dictionary

  • without — adverb, preposition 1 lacking something, especially something that is basic or necessary: We had to survive without light or heating for a whole month. | can t do without (=unable to live or work without something): We can t do without hot water… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • without wishing to do something — without wishing/wanting/to do something mainly spoken phrase used when you are going to say something that someone may not like Without wishing to sound ungrateful, I should like to point out that you only did what you were paid to do. Thesaurus …   Useful english dictionary


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