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use-it-or-lose-itadjective [before noun]

uk   us   informal
used to describe something that you must use by a particular ​date, or you will ​lose the ​opportunity or ​right to have it: Tighter use-it-or-lose-it ​vacationpoliciesforce many ​workers to take their ​vacations before ​year end.
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