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adjective time-poor pronunciation in American English /ˌtaɪmˈpʊr/
  1. 1
    someone who is time-poor has very little free time, and so even though they may have plenty of money they do not have much leisure time to spend it
    The company searches, negotiates and renovates properties on behalf of time-poor buyers.
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    2
    lacking spare or leisure time
    Express holidays are mostly organised for the cash-rich but time-poor.
    Submitted by Boris Marchenko from Russian Federation on 18/04/2014 20:53:00
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    3
    having little time to meet a deadlineSubmitted by Boris Marchenko from Russian Federation on 18/04/2014 20:53:00

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