Sunday, July 4, 2010

Make Do With Less

In these difficult economic times, many individuals and families are "making do with less." To make do with less is to stay afloat rather than figuratively sink under the surface of the water (and drown). Ex.: "Ever since Martha was laid off, her family had to make do with less and cut back on spending on luxury items." This means spending less money on things that are not absolutely necessary.

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