live in each other's pockets(redirected from lived in each other's pockets)
live in each other's pockets
Said of people who spend a lot of time together. When I was in college, my best friend and I went everywhere together. We basically lived in each other's pockets for four years.
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live in each other's pocketsmainly BRITISH
If two or more people live in each other's pockets, they spend a great deal of time together. Just because you're married doesn't mean you have to live in each other's pockets. Note: Other verbs are sometimes used instead of live. It's hard to explain how the two of them survived 23 years in each other's pockets. Note: This expression is used to show disapproval.
Collins COBUILD Idioms Dictionary, 3rd ed. © HarperCollins Publishers 2012
be/live in each other’s ˈpockets(British English) if two people are in each other’s pockets, they are too close to each other or spend too much time with each other: They live together, work together and socialize together. If you ask me, it can’t be healthy to live in each other’s pockets like that.
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