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shack upphrasal verb

  • ja(結婚せずに性的パートナーと)同棲する
  • ento sleep or live together as unmarried sexual partners

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Backup dancer Tim shacked up with Madonna in 2014 when he was 26 years old and she was 56.
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And the actor said he preferred dating older women.
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I can't believe you brought her.
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I can't believe you brought Christine.
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I can't believe you shacked up with a bitch.
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I just wanna say, for the record,
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I just needed to an upgrade in my life, Deanna.
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- You son of a — - To me, please.
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I'm sorry.
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You're the son of a bitch.
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Rebecca seems like quite a girl.
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Why aren't you shacking up with Rebecca?
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And speaking of smears, the tab also reported that Pitt allegedly hooked up with 'Allied' co-star Marion Cotillard,
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with an insider saying he was shacking up with "Russian hookers" as well.
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At the end of 'Candyman,' which by the way is based on a Clive Barker story,
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grad student Helen has sacrificed herself for the sake of a child and has left her husband Trevor in the land of the living
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where he’s shacked up with one of his students, we might add.
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Before shacking up with Aniston in 2011,
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Justin Theroux had been in a live-in relationship with stylist Heidi Bivens for 14 years.
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Stars don't always make the best relationship choices.
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It's hard to imagine how people with the world at their fingertips, and their choice of suitors and beauties,
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would fall in love with criminals or creeps.
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But these celebs all shacked up with characters who were allegedly really sketchy.