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how are you placed for...?

UK informal
used to ask someone if they have enough money, time, etc.: How are you placed for money? How are you placed for Tuesday night? (= Are you busy then?)
Translations of “how are you placed for...?”
in Chinese (Traditional) 你的…情況如何?你覺得…怎麼樣?…
in Chinese (Simplified) 你的…情况如何?你觉得…怎么样?…
(Definition of how are you placed for...? from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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