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English definition of “wiggle room”

wiggle room

noun [U]
 
 
informal
the degree to which it is possible to change details like prices, times, etc. in an agreement, decision, etc.: How much wiggle room do we have on cost?enough/little/some wiggle room Price rises and increasing mortgage rates have left people with little wiggle room in their budgets.
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