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Learn the English phrase ‘strapped for time’ and ‘strapped for cash’ in this #MinuteEnglish Lesson. Build your English vocabulary!
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You know what? I have to be honest with you, I’m glad were doing this in a minute or less because I don’t have much time right now.
I’m really feeling rushed, I’m feeling strapped for time.
I have so much to get done today.
If you’re strapped for something, that means you lack it.
What else could you be strapped for?
Well, let’s see. You could be strapped for cash.
Hey, I love to travel with you this weekend but I’m strapped for cash. I really shouldn’t.
I used this phrase today in an email and I said, “I would love to take on this project but I’m really time-strapped right now so it’s not possible.”
Strapped for time
Do not have time. The opposite is have plenty of something.
You have plenty of time!
No, I don’t. I’m totally strapped for time these days.
If you’re ever strapped for time don’t worry, there’s still time to learn English with you Minute or less English lessons.