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tighten your belt

C2 to spend less money than you did before because you have less money: I've had to tighten my belt since I stopped working full-time.
Translations of “tighten your belt”
in Chinese (Traditional) 勒緊褲帶,省吃儉用…
in Russian затянуть потуже пояс…
in Turkish kemerleri sıkmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 勒紧裤带,省吃俭用…
in Polish zaciskać pasa…
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