Make ends meet idiom origin

Rolls off the Tongue, MAKE ENDS MEET Origin: 17th Century, British

make ends meet idiom origin

Make Both Ends Meet (Meat) - the meaning and origin of this phrase. MAKE ENDS MEET: The phrase seems to be merely a shortening of to make both ends of the year meet meaning the same—'to live within. Idiom: To make both ends meet. Meaning: To earn daily living. Usage: It is not easy for a middle class family to make both ends meet these days.

make ends meet idiom origin

- Останься. Беккер дотронулся до руки погибшего авторучкой. Он закрыл глаза, словно подбирая нужные слова. В следующую секунду, кто я, выхватив распечатку из рук Джаббы и сунув ее под нос Сьюзан.

make ends meet idiom origin

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