Expression of the week: To make ends meet


“To make ends meet.”

Portuguese equivalent: “se sustentar, sobreviver” (financeiramente).

Sample sentences:

“His salary as a flight dispatcher wasn’t that good, but he was able to make ends meet“.

“Some people have to work more than one job to make ends meet“.

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