time-poor


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time-poor

adj
1. lacking spare time or leisure time
2. (Sociology) under pressure to complete activities quickly
Translations

time-poor

time poor [ˌtaɪmˈpʊər] adj (= lacking in time) → qui a peu de temps
People are becoming increasingly time-poor
BUT Les gens ont de moins en moins de temps.
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Speaking of the new feature, Manar Khalifa al-Muraikhi -- director PR and Corporate Communications at Ooredoo -- said: "We know customers are often very busy and time-poor, and as complete customer satisfaction is our priority, we're always looking for ways to make our customers' interactions with us quick and easy.
QUICKLY TIME-POOR travellers can learn more about natural wonders with a new range of one-week, indepth tours from specialist operator Grand American Adventures.
These bags allow people, especially those who are time-poor, to just 'rip and tip' the meat straight into the frying pan without touching it," Katherine Hall, product development manager for meat, fish and poultry at the retailer, told the publication.
"It will give time-poor business professionals easy access to a private GP, as well as services including executive health screenings, flu jabs, and a travel clinic."
A working women Fatima Ali said, 'Consumers are time-poor, but conscious about wanting to feed themselves specially during lunch time hours so in conjunction with this, they ordering online home made food that is only option for them.'
They found "time-poor" Brits are increasingly turning to takeaways.
Carer Gateway is a one-stop shop for those hard-working, time-poor carers looking to connect with local services such as counselling, respite or access to government assistance, Mrs Prentice said.
Therefore, several components of how the brain works (the cerebral cortex and episodic and semantic memory) are presented as a foundation for rethinking and resisting neo-liberal constructions of time and the Educational Industrial Complex, that prey on the "time-poor." Technology based, online educational opportunities are typically consumption-based capitalistic enterprises that distort the perceptions of one's access to time and the dialectical relationship between knowledge, education, and human potential.
From frozen to plate in four minutes, it's a highly convenient option for time-poor consumers looking for healthy meal ideas.
In this so-called time-poor age, we can all make out that there's too little time to take any action that will make a real difference, particularly when it comes to our health and fitness.
Scottish Widows, part of the government backed British provider of financial services Lloyds Banking Group, on Wednesday revealed new research which show that time-poor people in the UK risk rushing important long term decisions.
hopes that it will not only target busy consumers and time-poor parents but also drive new customers to the brand.
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