Meaning of where one lives in English:

where one lives

phrase

informal North American
  • At, to, or in the right, vital, or most vulnerable spot.

    ‘it gets me where I live’
    • ‘Our readership as a whole is extremely important, and once in a great while a reader reaches out and touches me right where I live.’
    • ‘It is rare for me to encounter a criticism that hits me where I live.’
    • ‘The decisions we make on these issues are going to affect you where you live.’
    • ‘It hits them where they live because the executives can be held personally responsible for the damage to the company.’
    • ‘These are songs that will move you, and touch you right where you live.’