go

(redirected from gone without)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Financial, Encyclopedia.
References in periodicals archive ?
More than a quarter have found it harder to feed their families over the last year, 20% have skipped a meal as a result of not being able to afford food and 30% have either skipped meals, gone without or relied on family or friends to provide food, the poll to mark the annual Neighbourhood Food Collection found.
Four out of 10 families had applied to a charity for a grant and 73 per cent said they had gone without days out and leisure time with their family, while 68 per cent had gone without holidays.
A total of 19 per cent said they had gone without food to make ends meet, while 14 per cent had sacrificed heating.
Four out of 10 families had applied to a charity for a grant and 73% said they had gone without days out and leisure time with their family, while 68% had gone without holidays.
Thirty-six percent of Zimbabweans also say they had gone without enough cooking fuel at least several times in the past year, which is on par with what Zambians report (35%) but slightly higher than what Mozambicans say (27%).
The poll found 16 per cent of those on the tightest budgets had gone without meals to allow others in their family the food they needed.
BP plc, the oil giant, has effectively gone without catastrophic insurance for many years, electing to insure against small risks whose claims are highly likely to be paid and use its equity base--billions of dollars--as a cushion against cataclysmic events.