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time-poor

adjective [after verb] uk   /ˌtaɪmˈpɔːr/  us   /-ˈpʊr/
not having enough time to do things: Increasingly, both men and women in the professional middle classes are work-rich and time-poor.
Translations of “time-poor”
in Chinese (Traditional) 缺少時間的, 沒有足夠時間的…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缺少时间的, 没有足够时间的…
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