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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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.
In a seemingly hi-tech world, we have labour and time-saving devices at our fingertips, yet we are apparently more time-poor than ever before.
With properties new to the market and others reduced in price, the open house will provide the perfect opportunity for both time-poor house hunters looking for a new home, and vendors wanting to maximise their selling opportunity by creating a real buzz.
The conclusion supports the notion that the neoliberal practice of treating education as a commodity encourages predatory marketing to those that are time-poor as well as enticing over-commitment into educational structures that may not incorporate what is known regarding brain-based learning.
Kathryn's solution to the problems of these busy, time-poor parents is to try to get them to work as a team and start a new bedtime regime.
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.
Pilotlight chief executive Gillian Murray said: "The survey results demonstrate that a carefully-managed approach to skills-sharing allows the time-poor, skills-rich professional to engage with charities in an effective and meaningful way.
I was working with a lot of programme developers who were fairly un-t and also time-poor," Natalie explained.
However, some brands could benefit from improved targeting and perhaps sometimes a better understanding of the day-to-day realities of busy, time-poor executives' working lives.
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