Your mother makes a living by selling opium every day!
|( で ) く＊らす||
This doesn't correspond to any English word. Maybe the closest phrase is, "To lead one's life."
Homeless people, retirees, and rich divorcees all 暮らす even though they don't 稼ぐ.
It means "to live in a place" as well as "to do all one's daily junk (eating, sleeping, hanging out)." 暮らす is usually used in sentences like, "over 30,000 people are living in the city." or "Live on $20 a day," or "She had an easy/hard life."
to be at a loss, to feel like WTF can I do??
|暮||make a living||DAY||日|
You recruit members to give your organization more STRENGTH.
You have to make a living every DAY.
The grave is in the EARTH.
But you carve a model airplane out of WOOD.
make a living
稼ぐ 暮らす 住む