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cut it/things fine

to leave yourself only just enough time to do something
planować na styk, ryzykownie zagrywać
Twenty minutes to get to the station? That's cutting it a bit fine!Accurate and exact
Translations of “cut it/things fine”
in Chinese (Traditional) 時間緊迫…
in Russian оставлять времени в обрез…
in Turkish yeterli, kâfi, bir şey için yeterli zamanı olmak…
in Chinese (Simplified) 时间卡得很紧, 时间紧迫…
(Definition of cut it/things fine from the Cambridge English-Polish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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