shack up with someone

shack up with someone
shack up (with (someone)) to live with and have a sexual relationship with someone you are not married to.

I was surprised to hear you're shacking up with Kathy.

Related vocabulary: set up housekeeping

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  • shack up (with someone) — 1. in. to have a one night stand with someone; to copulate [with] someone. □ Those two just wanted to shack up for a while. □ He only wanted to shack up with me. 2. in. to move in with someone temporarily, pre umably for sexual purposes. □ They …   Dictionary of American slang and colloquial expressions

  • shack up with — shack up (with (someone)) to live with and have a sexual relationship with someone you are not married to. I was surprised to hear you re shacking up with Kathy. Related vocabulary: set up housekeeping …   New idioms dictionary

  • shack up with — {v. phr.}, {slang} To move in with (someone) of the opposite sex without marrying the person. * /Did you know that Ollie and Sue aren t married? They just decided to shack up for a while./ See: LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shack up with — {v. phr.}, {slang} To move in with (someone) of the opposite sex without marrying the person. * /Did you know that Ollie and Sue aren t married? They just decided to shack up for a while./ See: LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • shack\ up\ with — v. phr. slang To move in with (someone) of the opposite sex without marrying the person. Did you know that Ollie and Sue aren t married? they just decided to shack up for a while. See: light housekeeping …   Словарь американских идиом

  • shack up with — live with someone of the opposite sex without marrying them When his sister was younger she shacked up with her boyfriend for a couple of years …   Idioms and examples

  • shack up — (with (someone)) to live with and have a sexual relationship with someone you are not married to. I was surprised to hear you re shacking up with Kathy. Related vocabulary: set up housekeeping …   New idioms dictionary

  • Shack (band) — Shack are an English band formed in Liverpool in 1986. Originally Shack consisted of Mick Head (vocals/guitar), his brother John Head (guitar), Peter Wilkinson (bass) and Mick Hurst. HistoryBefore founding Shack, Michael and John Head were in… …   Wikipedia

  • shack — ► NOUN ▪ a roughly built hut or cabin. ► VERB (shack up) informal ▪ live with someone as a lover. ORIGIN perhaps from the Mexican or Nahuatl words for wooden hut …   English terms dictionary

  • shack — shack1 [ʃæk] n [Date: 1800 1900; Origin: Perhaps from shackly likely to fall down (19 20 centuries), or from Mexican Spanish jacal small building , from Nahuatl xacalli] a small building that has not been built very well ▪ a tin shack shack 2… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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