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I often see the expression", "She is high-maintenance."

I also see the expression, "She is low maintenance." (In this case, there is no hyphen between "low" and "maintenance.")

Then, is it English to say, "Somebody is maintenance."?

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Snappyis it English to say, "Somebody is maintenance."?

It's English words, but they don't make any sense. Emotion: smile

Both 'high-maintenance' and 'low-maintenance' frequently occur without the hyphen. That doesn't affect the meaning.

CJ